# On the history of dibaryons and their final observation

@article{Clement2016OnTH,
title={On the history of dibaryons and their final observation},
author={H. Clement},
journal={Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics},
year={2016},
volume={93},
pages={195-242}
}
• H. Clement
• Published 18 October 2016
• Physics
• Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics

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