The 106Cd(α, α)106Cd elastic scattering in a wide energy range for γ process studies

@article{Ornelas2015The1,
  title={The 106Cd($\alpha$, $\alpha$)106Cd elastic scattering in a wide energy range for $\gamma$ process studies},
  author={A. Ornelas and G. G. Kiss and Peter J. Mohr and Deniz Galaviz and Zs. Fulop and Gy. Gyurky and Z. M'at'e and Thomas Rauscher and E. Somorjai and Kerstin Sonnabend and Andreas Zilges},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={940},
  pages={194-209}
}

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