Microscopic calculations of stopping, flow and electromagnetic radiation from 160AMeV to 160AGeV

@article{Winckelmann1996MicroscopicCO,
  title={Microscopic calculations of stopping, flow and electromagnetic radiation from 160AMeV to 160AGeV},
  author={Lotte Assing Winckelmann and Steffen A. Bass and Marcus Bleicher and Matthias Brandstetter and Adrian Dumitru and C. Ernst and Lars Gerland and Jens Konopka and Sven Soff and Christian Spieles and Hans J. Weber and C. Hartnack and J{\"o}rg Aichelin and N. S. Amelin and Horst Stocker and Walter Greiner},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={1996},
  volume={610},
  pages={116-123}
}
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