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Perspective: Photopyroelectric effects and pyroelectric measurements: “Invited Review Article: Photopyroelectric calorimeter for the simultaneous thermal, optical, and structural characterization of samples over phase transitions” [Rev. Sci. Instrum.82, 121101 (2011)]
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