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By Herbert Schumann, Ingeborg Schumann (auth.), Dr. K.-C. Buschbeck, Dr. H. Bergmann, J. Füssel, H. Hartwig, B. Heibel, Dr. H. Katscher, Dr. R. Keim, Dr. E. Koch, Dipl.-Phys. D. Koschel, Dr. Ulrich Krüerke, Dr. H. K. Kugler, Dr. P. Merlet, Dr. E. Schleitzer-

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