Distributions for tau neutrino interactions observed through the decay τ→μντν¯μ

@article{Alikhanov2017DistributionsFT,
  title={Distributions for tau neutrino interactions observed through the decay $\tau$→$\mu$$\nu$$\tau$$\nu$¯$\mu$},
  author={I. Alikhanov and Emmanuel Anthony Paschos},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2017},
  volume={765},
  pages={272-275}
}
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