Evidence of a new state in 11Be observed in the 11Li β-decay

  title={Evidence of a new state in 11Be observed in the 11Li $\beta$-decay},
  author={Miguel Madurga and M. J. G. Borge and M. Alcorta and Luis Mario Fraile and Hans Otto Uldall Fynbo and B. Jonsond and Oliver S. Kirsebom and Gabriel Mart{\'i}nez-Pinedo and Thomas Nilsson and G{\"o}ran Hugo Nyman and A. Perea and A. Poves and Karsten Riisager and O. Tengblad and Elisabeth Tengborn and Jacob van der Walle},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
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