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Quarks and the nucleus : proceedings of the International School of Nuclear Physics, Erice, 21-30 April 1981 / edited by Denys Wilkinson
Bib ID 4496220
Format BookBook
Author
International School of Nuclear Physics (1981 : Erice, Italy)
 
Description Oxford : Pergamon, 1982 
viii, 446 p. 
ISBN 0080291031
Series

Progress in particle and nuclear physics ; v.8.

Subjects Quarks -- Congresses.  |  Nuclear structure -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Wilkinson, Denys Sir, 1922-

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