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 Bo Stefan Johanson   Bo Stefan Johanson (Geological Survey of Finland, Betonimiehenkuja 4, Finland)
General scientific interests: electron microscopy, materials science, oxides, silicates.
Detailed scientific research interests: analytical mineralogy, archean, electron microprobe, gold, ore mineralogy, tellurides.
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Dr Isao Ohsugi   Isao Ohsugi (Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Department, Salesian Polytechnic, Japan)
General scientific interests: alloys, ceramics, crystal engineering, crystal growth, inorganic compounds, Laue diffraction, metals, modulated structures, polymorphism, powder diffraction, semiconductors, structure determination, symmetry, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: degenerate semiconductors, tellurides, thermoelectric materials, transition metal silicides.
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Dr Gheorghe Udubasa   Gheorghe Udubasa (Geological Institute of Romania, Caransebes str. 1, Romania)
General scientific interests: crystal growth, geochemistry, minerals, oxides, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: dissolution, gold compounds, graphite, hardening, mineralization, mineralogy, nonstoichiometry, paragenesis, reflected light microscopy, sulfides, tellurides, titanium compounds.
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