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III. The Permissible Equilibrium Polarisation Distribution in a Stored Proton Beam

@article{Barber1999IIITP,
  title={III. The Permissible Equilibrium Polarisation Distribution in a Stored Proton Beam},
  author={Desmond P. Barber and K. Heinemann and Georg H. Hoffstaetter and Mathias Vogt},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={1999}
}
We illustrate the use of the invariant spin field for describing permissible equilibrium spin distributions in high energy spin polarised proton beams.} 
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