High precision half-life measurement of 125Cs and 125Xe with γ-spectroscopy

  title={High precision half-life measurement of 125Cs and 125Xe with $\gamma$-spectroscopy},
  author={T. N. Szegedi and G. G. Kiss and Iskender {\"O}ks{\"u}z and T. Sz{\"u}cs and Gy. Gy{\"u}rky and Zolt{\'a}n Elekes and E. Somorjai and Zs. F{\"u}l{\"o}p},
  journal={Nuclear Physics A},
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