Problems with the γ-ray spectrum in the Fleischmann et al. experiments

@article{Petrasso1989ProblemsWT,
  title={Problems with the $\gamma$-ray spectrum in the Fleischmann et al. experiments},
  author={Richard D. Petrasso and X. Chen and K. W. Wenzel and Ronald R. Parker and C. K. Li and Carlo Flore},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1989},
  volume={339},
  pages={183-185}
}
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