The Galactic WN stars. Spectral analyses with line-blanketed model atmospheres versus stellar evolut

@article{Hamann2006TheGW,
  title={The Galactic WN stars. Spectral analyses with line-blanketed model atmospheres versus stellar evolut},
  author={W. R. Hamann and Goetz Graefener and Adriane Liermann},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2006}
}
An infrared light-receiving device includes an optical absorption layer disposed on a principal surface of a substrate and an optical filter disposed on the optical absorption layer, the optical filter including first, second, and third semiconductor regions that are arranged in that order in a direction from the optical absorption layer to the optical filter, each of the first, second, and third semiconductor regions including an n-type InGaAs layer. The optical absorption layer includes a… 

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