• Corpus ID: 100096450

ASSESSMENT AND COMPARISON OF SPECTRAL AND SPATIAL EMISSION CHARACTERISTICSOF NON-COHERENT LIGHT SOURCES FOR USE IN PHOTOMEDICINE

@article{Dickson1999ASSESSMENTAC,
  title={ASSESSMENT AND COMPARISON OF SPECTRAL AND SPATIAL EMISSION CHARACTERISTICSOF NON-COHERENT LIGHT SOURCES FOR USE IN PHOTOMEDICINE},
  author={Eva F. Gudgin Dickson and James C. Kennedy and Pierre Nadeau and Roy H. Pottier and H. Wieland},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Analytical Sciences and Spectroscopy},
  year={1999},
  volume={44},
  pages={51-60}
}
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