3D radiograph display by means of halography
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3D radiograph display by means of halography by Paul J. Kisatsky

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Published by Department of Trade and Industry, Technology Reports Centre in Orpington .
Written in English


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Statementby P.J. Kisatsky, M. Barbarisi.
SeriesAD-769 641, PA-TR-4524
ContributionsBarbarisi, Modesto., Great Britain. Department of Trade and Industry. Technology Reports Centre.
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Open LibraryOL20308886M

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