Isotopic Composition of Light Nuclei in Cosmic Rays: Results from AMS-01

@inproceedings{Collaboration2011IsotopicCO,
  title={Isotopic Composition of Light Nuclei in Cosmic Rays: Results from AMS-01},
  author={The AMS-01 Collaboration},
  year={2011}
}
M. AGUILAR, J. ALCARAZ, J. ALLABY r† , B. ALPAT, G. AMBROSI, H. ANDERHUB , L. AO , A. AREFIEV, L. ARRUDA, P. AZZARELLO, M. BASILE , F. BARAO, G. BARREIRA, A. BARTOLONI , R. BATTISTON, R. BECKER, U. BECKER, L. BELLAGAMBA , J. BERDUGO, P. BERGES, B. BERTUCCI, A. BILAND aj , V. BINDI j , G. BOELLA, M. BOSCHINI , M. BOURQUIN, G. BRUNI , M. BUÉNERD, J. D. BURGER, W. J. BURGER, X. D. CAI , P. CANNARSA , M. CAPELL, D. CASADEI , J. CASAUS , G. CASTELLINI, I. CERNUDA, Y. H. CHANG, H. F. CHEN, H. S. CHEN… 
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