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Plasmon-enhanced microalgal growth in miniphotobioreactors

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Applied Physics Letters

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            Journal
            Applied Physics Letters
            Appl. Phys. Lett.
            AIP Publishing
            0003-6951
            1077-3118
            July 26 2010
            July 26 2010
            : 97
            : 4
            : 043703
            10.1063/1.3467263
            © 2010
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