EU/RF collaborative tasks on ITER diagnostics - EU Contribution to Optical Fibre Development

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EU/RF collaborative tasks on ITER diagnostics - EU Contribution to Optical Fibre Development. / Brichard, Benoît; Massaut, Vincent (Peer reviewer).

0 ed. Belgian Nuclear Research Center, 2010. 17 p. (SCK•CEN Reports; No. ER-168).

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Brichard, B & Massaut, V 2010, EU/RF collaborative tasks on ITER diagnostics - EU Contribution to Optical Fibre Development. SCK•CEN Reports, no. ER-168, 0 edn, Belgian Nuclear Research Center.

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Brichard, B., & Massaut, V. (2010). EU/RF collaborative tasks on ITER diagnostics - EU Contribution to Optical Fibre Development. (0 ed.) (SCK•CEN Reports; No. ER-168). Belgian Nuclear Research Center.

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Brichard B, Massaut V. EU/RF collaborative tasks on ITER diagnostics - EU Contribution to Optical Fibre Development. 0 ed. Belgian Nuclear Research Center, 2010. 17 p. (SCK•CEN Reports; ER-168).

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