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This is a quarterly publication presenting articles covering recent developments in Far Eastern (particularly Japanese) scientific research. It is hoped that these reports (which do not constitute part of the scientific literature) will prove to be of value to scientists by providing items of interest well in advance of the usual scientific publications. The articles are written primarily by members of the staff of ONRASIA, with certain reports also being contributed by visiting stateside scientists. Occasionally, a regional scientist will be invited to submit an article covering his own work, considered to be of special interest. This publication is approved for official dissemination of technical and scientific information of interest to the Defense research community and the scientific community at large. It is available free of charge to approved members of the DOD scientific community. Send written request describing DOD affiliation to: Director, Office of Naval Research, Asian Office, Unit 45002, APO AP 96337-0007.

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Electronics

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International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials (SSDM '91)

S. Ashok

In addition to covering key technological areas in silicon microelectronics, this
conference featured sir special symposia dealing with large-area integrated
electronics, ultra-clean processing, surface engineering for semiconductor
nanostructures, advanced materials for giga-scale integration, advanced
optoelectronics, and superconductor technology.

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Aspects of Solid State/Semiconductor Physics Research in China

Norman J. Horing

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