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"where exactly in france?  "
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NORA OULMI commented on SRINIVAS's group NanoFrance
"thanks for your email. my interest field is CIGS solar cells. excuse me but why the name of nanofrance? you are from france?"
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"Hi what is your reseach field please"
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"Hi. i think that we have he same reseach field."
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"mine is about CIGS solar cells . i use AMPS 1D tool for numeracal investigation. I need help."
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"hello i am fine, My research field about electrospinning nanofibe application to energy devices."
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"does anyone of you use the software AMPS1D for simulation of CIGS solar cells.  "
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At 2:42pm on May 1, 2011,
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hello i am fine, My research field about electrospinning nanofibe application to energy devices.
 
 
 

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