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The Helios Talks

By Joe Ringgenberg1, Jeffrey B. Neaton2, Jeffrey C Grossman3

1. University of California, Berkeley 2. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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  • Joe Ringgenberg; Jeffrey B. Neaton; Jeffrey C Grossman (2007), "The Helios Talks," http://nanohub.org/resources/3266.

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