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deep level transient spectroscopy; nonexponential transient capacitance; functional equations in several variables.
The paper deals with a theoretical model of the Crowel-Alipanahi correlator. The model describes a new possible effect of the DLTS spectra-exponential and nonexponential transient capacitance, normal or anomalous spectra.
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