Low-temperature light detectors: Neganov–Luke amplification and calibration

@article{Isaila2012LowtemperatureLD,
  title={Low-temperature light detectors: Neganov–Luke amplification and calibration},
  author={C. Isaila and Christian Ciemniak and F. v. Feilitzsch and A. Gutlein and Josef Kemmer and Tobias Lachenmaier and J. C. Lanfranchi and S. Pfister and Walter Potzel and S. Roth and Moritz von Sivers and Raimund Strauss and W. Westphal and F. Wiest},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2012},
  volume={716},
  pages={160-164}
}

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