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Improved setup for producing slow beams of cold molecules using a rotating nozzle

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Improved setup for producing slow beams of cold molecules using a rotating nozzle. / Strebel, M.; Stienkemeier, F.; Mudrich, M.

I: Physical Review A, Bind 81, Nr. 3, 033409, 17.03.2010.

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Strebel, M. ; Stienkemeier, F. ; Mudrich, M. / Improved setup for producing slow beams of cold molecules using a rotating nozzle. I: Physical Review A. 2010 ; Bind 81, Nr. 3.

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