Irreversible processes and selforganization
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Irreversible processes and selforganization proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Irreversible Processes and Selforganization, held at the Wilhelm-Pieck-Universität, Rostock, GDR, February 20-24, 1989 by International Conference on Irreversible Processes and Selforganization (4th 1989 Wilhelm-Pieck-UniversitaМ€t Rostock)

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Published by BSB B.G.Teubner Verlagsgellschaft in Leipzig .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references (p. 240-255).

Statementeditors, Werner Ebeling, Heinz Ulbricht.
SeriesTeubner-Texte zur Physik,, Bd. 23
ContributionsEbeling, Werner, 1936-, Ulbricht, H.
LC ClassificationsQ325 .I57 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination256 p. :
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1946628M
ISBN 103322007359
LC Control Number90170233

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