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Description Stimulated emission
Date 9 October 2004
Source en:Image:Stimulatedemission.png
Author User:(Automated conversion), User:DrBob
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  • (del) (cur) 00:42, 9 October 2004 . . DrBob (Talk | contribs) . . 640×281 (6,648 bytes) (pngcrushed version)
  • (del) (rev) 11:49, 20 July 2002 . . (Automated conversion) (Talk) . . 640×281 (9,358 bytes)

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