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Int. Journal of Modern Physics A - Vol 18 No 32

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International Journal of Modern Physics A
Vol. 18, No. 32 (30 December 2003)

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Fermion Masses And Mixing And Cp-Violation In So(10) Models With Family Symmetries
Mu-chun Chen and K. T. Mahanthappa

Research Papers

Gluino-Condensate (Civ-Dv) Prepotential From Its Whitham–Time Derivatives
H. Itoyama and A. Morozov

Creation Operators For Two-Branes And Duality In Bf And Chern–Simons Theories In D=5
E. C. Marino

On The Quintessence With Abelian And Non-Abelian Symmetry
Xin-Zhou Li, Jian-Gang Hao, Dao-Jun Liu And Xiang-Hua Zhai

Fuzzy Nambu–Goldstone Physics
A. P. Balachandran and G. Immirzi

Energy And Momentum Distributions Of A (2+1)-Dimensional Black Hole Background
Elias C. Vagenas

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