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Fairley, P. D. and Rutt, H. N. (2000) Novel germanium infrared modulator. Journal of Physics D, Applied Physics, 33 (21). pp. 2837-2852.

Rutt, H. N. (2000) Obituary
Prof. Dr. Fritz Kurt Kneubuhl - Dr. Sc. Nat. Physiker ETH - 7.3.1931-23.11.1999.
Infrared Physics and Technology, 41 (1). VII-VIII.

Rutt, H. N., Xin, Z. J. and Tan, H. A. (2000) Towards a Solid State Far Infrared Laser: Designs, Kinetics and Problems. In: Photonics 2000 International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics, 18 - 20 December 2000, Calcutta, India. pp. 187-190.

Rutt, H. N. (2000) Letter on Is there are proof that homeopathic medicine works? The Guardian .

Rutt, H. N. (2000) Letter on Why do sailors and air navigators use nautical miles? Aren't ordinary miles good enough? The Guardian .

Xin, Z. J., Rutt, H. N., Tan, H. A., Well, J. and Bradley, I. (2000) Electron Lifetime Measurement in Stepped Quantum Wells for Far Infrared Lasers. In: 25th Semiconductor and Integrated Optoelectronics (SIOE '2000), 17 - 19 April 2000, Aberdare Hall, Cardiff, Wales.

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