Strong interactions and gauge theories proceedings of the Hadronic Session of the Twenty-First Rencontre de Moriond, Les Arcs, Savoie, France, March 16-22, 1986 by Rencontre de Moriond (21st 1986 Les Arcs, Savoie, France).

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Statementedited by J. Tran Thanh Van.
ContributionsTran, J. Thanh Van.
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LC ClassificationsQC794.8.S8 R4 1986
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Paginationx, 679 p. :
Number of Pages679
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Open LibraryOL1585307M
ISBN 102863320416
LC Control Number91111579

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