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Manual Superionic Conductor Physics Proceedings of the 1st International Discussion Meeting on Superionic Conductor Physics Kyoto, Japan, 10-14 September 2003

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In France, there was a transition from a court culture dominated by Louis XIV, to the new public sphere, where the young nobility, and increasingly affluent and literate bourgeoisie established salons in which to cultivate the work of writers, artists and musicians.