Ordering in Strongly Fluctuating Condensed Matter Systems by Tormod Riste

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Statementedited by Tormod Riste
SeriesNATO Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series B: Physics, 0258-1221 -- 50, NATO advanced study institutes series -- 50.
LC ClassificationsQC176-176.9
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Open LibraryOL27079164M
ISBN 101468436260
ISBN 109781468436266

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