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ATTENUATION OF PHOTOEXCITED ELECTRONS IN Cu AND HOLES IN Al
1.This work was in part supported by the USAERDL.
2.Present address: Philco Research Laboratories, Newport Beach, California.
3.Present address: IBM Laboratory, Poughkeepsie, New York.
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