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63) Fig. 9 Completed 5×5 stressed Ge:Ga array with light collecting cones. , Ref. 25) Fig. 10 Logarithm of the resistivity as a function of T - _/2 for ten selected NTD Ge crystals. The neutron dose and the resulting dopant concentrations are listed in Table II. (Courtesy J. Beeman, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory) Fig. 11 Eeam pattern of the seven bolometer array obtained on Uranus with the IRAM 30 m telescope. Contour levels are in percent of peak intensity. , Ref. 59) Fig. 12 The SCUBA 91 pixel and 37 pixel NTD Ge bolometer arrays development for the James Clerk Maxwell submillimeter telescope.

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