Scintillation yield and time dependence from electronic and nuclear recoils in liquid neon

@article{Lippincott2012ScintillationYA,
title={Scintillation yield and time dependence from electronic and nuclear recoils in liquid neon},
author={W. Hugh Lippincott and Kevin J. Coakley and Daniel E. Gastler and Edward Kearns and D. N. Mckinsey and J. A. Nikkel},
journal={Physical Review C},
year={2012},
volume={86},
pages={015807}
}
• Published 14 November 2011
• Physics
• Physical Review C
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