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Effect of electromigration on the formation of a transient zone during contact between solid bodies at temperatures below the melting point of a low-melting compound



Effect of electromigration on the formation of a transient zone during contact between solid bodies at temperatures below the melting point of a low-melting compound



Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics 80(11): 1372-1376




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DOI: 10.3103/s1062873816110046


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