2 edition of Electronmicroscopy 1986 found in the catalog.
International Congress on Electron Microscopy (11th 1986 Kyoto, Japan)
|Statement||edited by T. Imura, S. Maruse and T. Suzuki. Vol.1, Non-biology 1.|
|Series||Journal of electron microscopy -- v.35|
|Contributions||Imura, T., Maruse, S., Suzuki, T.|
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