Electron-loss-to-continuum cusp in collisions of U89+ with N2 and Xe

  title={Electron-loss-to-continuum cusp in collisions of 
 and Xe},
  author={P.-M. Hillenbrand and Konstantin N. Lyashchenko and S. Hagmann and Oleg Yu. Andreev and Dariusz Banaś and E. P. Benis and Andrey I. Bondarev and Carsten Brandau and Enrico De Filippo and Oliver Forstner and J. Glorius and Robert E. Grisenti and A. Gumberidze and Dalong Guo and M.O. Herdrich and M. Lestinsky and Yuri A. Litvinov and Emanuele V. Pagano and Nikolaos Petridis and M. Shahab Sanjari and Daniel Schury and U. Spillmann and Sergiy Trotsenko and M. Vockert and Alexander B. Voitkiv and G{\"u}nter Weber and Th. St{\"o}hlker},
  journal={Physical Review A},
P.-M. Hillenbrand, 2 K. N. Lyashchenko, S. Hagmann, O. Yu. Andreev, 5 D. Banaś, E. P. Benis, A. I. Bondarev, C. Brandau, 9 E. De Filippo, O. Forstner, 11 J. Glorius, R. E. Grisenti, 2 A. Gumberidze, D. L. Guo, M. O. Herdrich, 12 M. Lestinsky, Yu. A. Litvinov, E. V. Pagano, N. Petridis, M. S. Sanjari, 14 D. Schury, 9 U. Spillmann, S. Trotsenko, M. Vockert, 12 A. B. Voitkiv, G. Weber, and Th. Stöhlker 11, 12 Institut für Kernphysik, Goethe-Universität, 60438 Frankfurt, Germany GSI… Expand

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