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SIMS for Organic Film Analysis

Bibliographic reference Mouhib, Taoufiq ; Delcorte, Arnaud. SIMS for Organic Film Analysis. In: M. S. Lee, Mass Spectrometry Handbook, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  : Hoboken, NJ, USA 2012, p. 961-1015
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