Ilık soğurganların kataklismik değişkenlerde ve x-ışını çift yıldız sistemlerinde incelenmesi

Aydemir, Turgut
Balman, Şölen
Pekön, Yakup
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T. Aydemir, Ş. Balman, and Y. Pekön, “Ilık soğurganların kataklismik değişkenlerde ve x-ışını çift yıldız sistemlerinde incelenmesi,” 2012. Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: