By Y. Furukawa, K. Nakajima, K. Sato
The purpose of this publication is to supply a well timed assortment that highlights advances in present examine of crystal development starting from primary facets to present functions regarding quite a lot of fabrics. This publication is released at the foundation of lecture texts of the eleventh foreign summer time university on Crystal progress (ISSCG-11) to be held at Doshisha Retreat heart in Shiga Prefecture Japan, on July 24-29, 2001. this faculty is usually linked to the foreign convention of Crystal progress (ICCG) sequence which were held each 3 years considering the fact that 1973; therefore this faculty keeps the culture of the earlier 10 colleges of crystal progress.
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