Probability of inelastic nuclear interactions of high-energy protons in a bent crystal

@article{Scandale2010ProbabilityOI,
  title={Probability of inelastic nuclear interactions of high-energy protons in a bent crystal},
  author={Walter Scandale and Roberto Losito and Marco Silari and Enrico Bagli and Stefano Baricordi and P. Ferretti Dalpiaz and Massimiliano Fiorini and Vincenzo Guidi and Andrea Mazzolari and Donato Vincenzi and Riccardo Milan and Gianantonio Della Mea and Erik Silvio Vallazza and Alexander G. Afonin and Yu. A. Chesnokov and V. A. Maisheev and I. A. Yazynin and Sergey V. Afanasiev and Alexander D. Kovalenko and Alexander M. Taratin and Vladimir Uzhinsky and Alexander S. Denisov and Yu.A. Gavrikov and Yu.M. Ivanov and Lyubov P. Lapina and Liudmila G. Malyarenko and Vyacheslav V. Skorobogatov and Vsevolod M. Suvorov and Sergey A. Vavilov and Davide Bolognini and Said Hasan and M. Prest},
  journal={Nuclear Instruments \& Methods in Physics Research Section B-beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms},
  year={2010},
  volume={268},
  pages={2655-2659}
}
  • W. ScandaleR. Losito M. Prest
  • Published 1 September 2010
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms

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