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Modern Physics Letters B - Vol. 18, No. 10

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Modern Physics Letters B
Vol. 18, No. 10 (20 April 2004)

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Brief Reviews

Various Facets Of Chalker–Coddington Network Model
Victor Kagalovsky, Baruch Horovitz And Yshai Avishai

Recent Progress In Reconstructing Quantum States Of Electromagnetic Fields
Zhi-Ming Zhang

Research Papers

Detection Of Spin Injection Efficiency By Tunneling Magnetoresistance
Jun Ma, Jie Sun And Jun Wang

Spin Polaron In A Quantum Dot Of The Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors
K. Gnanasekar and K. Navaneethakrishnan

1/f Noise Component Conditioned By Built-In Electric Field In Semiconductors
H. V. Asriyan and F. V. Gasparyan

Direct Optical Absorption In Cylindrical Quantum Dot
H. A. Sarkisyan

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