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This chapter is from the book Encyclopedia of Applied Physics. This 23 volume encyclopedia unites the concept of modern physics with their numerous technical applications. It covers modern technologies where most of the work is done by engineers, but where physics research is a necessary part of further developments. In addition, it discusses laboratory-oriented research of crucial importance in the scientific community and of great potential for future industrial applications.
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