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Hanna, D. C., Luther-Davies, B., Rutt, H. N. and Smith, R. C. (1971) A two-step Q-switching technique to produce a high single mode power from Nd3+ laser. Journal of Optoelectronics . pp. 163-169.

Hanna, D. C., Luther-Davies, B., Rutt, H. N. and Smith, R. C. (1971) A two-step Q-switching technique for producing high power in a single longitudinal mode. Opto-Electronics 3 . pp. 163-169.

Hey, A. J. G. (1971) Contribution of Elastic Intermediate States to the Polarization of the Recoil Proton in Elastic Electron-Proton Scattering. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hey, A. J. G. and Kabir, P. K. (1971) "Tests of T Invariance in e+e pp and reactions of the type aa bb" Nuovo Cimento Letters. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hughes, J. F. and Secker, P. E. (1971) Kilovolts from Razor Blades and Radiators. New Scientist . pp. 468-71.

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Nunn, D. (1971) A Theory of VLF Emissions, Planetary and Space Science. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 1141-1167.

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Steele, R. and Dempster, I. A. (1971) Delta-Sigma Wattmeter. Electronic Letters, 7 (18). pp. 519-520.

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