Measurement of geo-neutrinos from 1353 days of Borexino

@article{Bellini2013MeasurementOG,
  title={Measurement of geo-neutrinos from 1353 days of Borexino},
  author={Gianpaolo Bellini and Jay B. Benziger and Daniel Bick and Giuseppe Bonfini and David Bravo and M. Buizza Avanzini and Barbara Caccianiga and Laura Cadonati and Frank P. Calaprice and Paolo Cavalcante and Alvaro E. Chavarria and Alexander Chepurnov and D. D’Angelo and Stefano Davini and Alexander Derbin and A. Empl and A. V. {\'E}tenko and Giovanni Fiorentini and Kirill Fomenko and D. Franco and Cristiano Galbiati and S. Gazzana and Chiara Ghiano and Marco Giammarchi and Marianne Goeger-Neff and Augusto Goretti and Luca Grandi and Caren Hagner and Ed. V. Hungerford and Aldo Ianni and Andrea Ianni and V. V. Kobychev and Denis Korablev and George Korga and Yusuke Koshio and D. Kryn and Matthias Laubenstein and Timo Lewke and Evgeny Litvinovich and B. Loer and Paolo Lombardi and Francesco Lombardi and Livia Ludhova and Georgy Lukyanchenko and I. N. Machulin and Szymon Manecki and W. Maneschg and Fabio Mantovani and Giulio Manuzio and Q. Meindl and Emanuela Meroni and Lino Miramonti and M. Misiaszek and Pablo Mosteiro and Viktorina N. Muratova and Lothar Oberauer and Michel Obolensky and Fausto Ortica and K. Otis and Marco B. Pallavicini and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Papp and Laura Perasso and S. Perasso and Andrea Pocar and G. Ranucci and A. Razeto and Alessandra Carlotta Re and B. Ricci and Aldo Romani and Nicola Rossi and A. A. Sabelnikov and R. Saldanha and C. Araya Salvo and Stefan Schoenert and H. Simgen and Mikhail Skorokhvatov and O. Yu. Smirnov and Albert Sotnikov and S. V. Sukhotin and Yu. Suvorov and Roberto Tartaglia and Gemma Testera and Daniel Vignaud and Robert Bruce Vogelaar and F. v. Feilitzsch and Juergen Winter and Mariusz W{\'o}jcik and Alex Wright and Michael Wurm and J. Xu and Oleg Antonovich Zaimidoroga and Sandra Zavatarelli and Grzegorz Zuzel},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2013},
  volume={722},
  pages={295-300}
}

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