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Solar Cells: Operating Principles, Technology, and System Applications (Prentice-Hall series in solid state physical electronics) | Hardcover

by Martin A. Green (Author)

List Price: $44.95  

Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Prentice Hall
Page Count:  274 Pages
Publication Date:  October 01, 1981
Sales Rank:  1997686th


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