Formation and spread of Chernobyl lavas

@article{Bogatov2008FormationAS,
  title={Formation and spread of Chernobyl lavas},
  author={S. A. Bogatov and A. A. Borovoǐ and A. S. Lagunenko and {\'E}. M. Pazukhin and Valerii F. Strizhov and V. A. Khvoshchinskii},
  journal={Radiochemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={50},
  pages={650-654}
}
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