By M W Roberts, J M Thomas
Roberts M., Thomas J. (eds.) Chemical Physics of Solids and Their Surfaces. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 1980)(ISBN 0851867405)
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Chemical Physics of Solids and Their Surfaces by M W Roberts, J M Thomas