Low-energy collisions between electrons and BeH+: Cross sections and rate coefficients for all the vibrational states of the ion

@article{Niyonzima2017LowenergyCB,
  title={Low-energy collisions between electrons and BeH+: Cross sections and rate coefficients for all the vibrational states of the ion},
  author={S. Niyonzima and Stelian Ilie and N. Pop and J. Zs. Mezei and K. Chakrabarti and Vincent Morel and Bastien P{\'e}r{\`e}s and D. A. Little and Khaled Hassouni and Aasa Larson and Ann E Orel and Djamel Benredjem and Arnaud Bultel and Jonathan Tennyson and Detlev Reiter and Ioan F. Schneider},
  journal={Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables},
  year={2017},
  volume={115},
  pages={287-308}
}
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