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Christian Flohr Nielsen

Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals

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Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals. / Nielsen, C. F.; Justesen, J. B.; Sørensen, A. H.; Uggerhøj, U. I.; Holtzapple, R.; (CERN NA63 Collaboration).

I: Physical Review D, Bind 102, Nr. 5, 052004, 09.2020.

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Nielsen, CF, Justesen, JB, Sørensen, AH, Uggerhøj, UI, Holtzapple, R & (CERN NA63 Collaboration) 2020, 'Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals', Physical Review D, bind 102, nr. 5, 052004. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.102.052004

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Nielsen, C. F., Justesen, J. B., Sørensen, A. H., Uggerhøj, U. I., Holtzapple, R., & (CERN NA63 Collaboration) (2020). Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals. Physical Review D, 102(5), [052004]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.102.052004

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Nielsen CF, Justesen JB, Sørensen AH, Uggerhøj UI, Holtzapple R, (CERN NA63 Collaboration). 2020. Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals. Physical Review D. 102(5):Article 052004. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.102.052004

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Nielsen CF, Justesen JB, Sørensen AH, Uggerhøj UI, Holtzapple R, (CERN NA63 Collaboration). Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals. Physical Review D. 2020 sep;102(5). 052004. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.102.052004

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Nielsen, C. F. ; Justesen, J. B. ; Sørensen, A. H. ; Uggerhøj, U. I. ; Holtzapple, R. ; (CERN NA63 Collaboration). / Radiation reaction near the classical limit in aligned crystals. I: Physical Review D. 2020 ; Bind 102, Nr. 5.

Bibtex

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