Towards the full realization of the RIBLL2 beam line at the HIRFL-CSR complex.

@article{Sun2017TowardsTF,
  title={Towards the full realization of the RIBLL2 beam line at the HIRFL-CSR complex.},
  author={Bao-Hua Sun and Jianwei Zhao and Xue-heng Zhang and Li-na Sheng and Zhili Sun and Isao Tanihata and Satoru Terashima and Yong Zheng and Li-Hua Zhu and Li-Min Duan and Liu-chun He and Rongjiang Hu and Guang-Shuai Li and Wen-Jian Lin and Wei-Ping Lin and Chuan-Ye Liu and Zhong Liu and Chenggui Lu and Xin Ma and Lijun Mao and Yi Tian and Feng Wang and Meng Wang and Shitao Wang and Jia-wen Xia and Xiao-dong Xu and Hushan Xu and Zhi-Guo Xu and Jian-Cheng Yang and D. Y. Yin and Youjin Yuan and W. Zhan and Yu-hu Zhang and Xiaoming Zhou},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2017}
}

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