The Physics Programme Of The MoEDAL Experiment At The LHC

@article{Acharya2014ThePP,
  title={The Physics Programme Of The MoEDAL Experiment At The LHC},
  author={B. Acharya and J. Alexandre and J. Bernab'eu and M. Campbell and S. Cecchini and J. Chwastowski and M. Montigny and D. Derendarz and A. Roeck and J. Ellis and M. Fairbairn and D. Felea and M. Frank and D. Frekers and C. Gar{\'c}ıa and G. Giacomelli and M. Giorgini and D. Hacsegan and T. Hott and J. Jakrubek and A. Katre and D-W. Kim and M. King and K. Kinoshita and D. Lacarr{\`e}re and S. C. Lee and C. Leroy and A. Margiotta and N. Mauri and N. Mavromatos and P. Mermod and V. Mitsou and R. Orava and L. Pasqualini and L. Patrizii and G. E. Puavualacs and J. Pinfold and M. Platkevvc and V. Popa and M. Pozzato and S. Posp{\'i}sil and A. Rajantie and Z. Sahnoun and M. Sakellariadou and S. Sarkar and G. Semenoff and G. Sirri and K. Sliwa and R. Soluk and M. Spurio and Y. Srivastava and R. Staszewski and J. Swain and M. Tenti and V. Togo and M. Trzebinski and J. A. Tuszy'nski and V. Vento and O. Vives and Z. Vykydal and A. Widom and J. Yoon},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics A},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={1430050}
}
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