# Classical and quantum cross-section for black hole production in particle collisions

@article{Solodukhin2002ClassicalAQ, title={Classical and quantum cross-section for black hole production in particle collisions}, author={Sergey N. Solodukhin}, journal={Physics Letters B}, year={2002}, volume={533}, pages={153-161} }

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