Trapping of plasma components in neutron irradiated tungsten: atomistic study

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Trapping of plasma components in neutron irradiated tungsten: atomistic study. / Maceina, Tautvydas Jeronimas; Bonny, Giovanni (Peer reviewer).

Gent, Belgium : UGent - Universiteit Gent, 2012. 50 p.

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Maceina, TJ & Bonny, G 2012, 'Trapping of plasma components in neutron irradiated tungsten: atomistic study', UGent - Universiteit Gent, Gent, Belgium.

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Maceina, T. J., & Bonny, G. (2012). Trapping of plasma components in neutron irradiated tungsten: atomistic study. Gent, Belgium: UGent - Universiteit Gent.

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Maceina TJ, Bonny G. Trapping of plasma components in neutron irradiated tungsten: atomistic study. Gent, Belgium: UGent - Universiteit Gent, 2012. 50 p.

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Maceina, Tautvydas Jeronimas ; Bonny, Giovanni. / Trapping of plasma components in neutron irradiated tungsten: atomistic study. Gent, Belgium : UGent - Universiteit Gent, 2012. 50 p.

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