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This quantity provides the complaints of "New improvement in Optics and similar Fields," held in Italy in June, 2005. This assembly was once geared up by way of the overseas college of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy of the "Ettore Majorana" heart for clinical tradition. the aim of this Institute used to be to supply a entire and coherent remedy of the recent strategies and modern advancements in optics and comparable fields.
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