Electromagnetic production of an electron-positron pair in collisions of heavy nuclei

  title={Electromagnetic production of an electron-positron pair in collisions of heavy nuclei},
  author={Iosif B. Khriplovich},
  journal={JETP Letters},
The cross section for the electromagnetic production of a e+e− pair in the adiabatic scattering of heavy nuclei has been considered. 
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  • Journal of Nucl. Phys. 19
  • 1974