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tailor-made molecules and indicated what sort of compounds may be ready within the close to destiny. in numerous night and weekend classes a few contributors offered summaries in their contemporary paintings and those and different new effects have been mentioned. A draft of those discussions couldn't be extra in revealed shape as a result of 1 imitations set through the complete web page variety of this quantity, yet to offer at the very least an concept of the issues touched upon in the course of those classes, a 1 ist of the most participants including the identify of the conribution mentioned is given as an appendix. The reader may well touch those authors without delay if drawn to designated contemporary effects. i am hoping that the members have profited from the assembly and, moreover, that no less than the various readers of the next papers are encouraged to high-dimensional cooperative efforts on low-dimensional conductive sol ids. essentially i must thank NATO who made this venture attainable via beneficiant monetary aid. particularly i'd 1 ike to males tion gratefully the wonderful cooperation with Dr. T. Kester of the NATO medical Affairs department, whose own efforts helped within the education and association of the assembly. The complex examine Institute couldn't have taken position with no the efforts of Mrs.
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Chemistry and Physics of One-Dimensional Metals by V. J. Emery (auth.), Heimo J. Keller (eds.)