Atomic Energy

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Differential cross-sections for ionization of helium atoms by fission fragments with a small momentum transfer

  • V. A. Rykov
  • P. P. D'yachenko
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Helium Momentum Transfer Helium Atom Fission Fragment Small Momentum 

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  • V. A. Rykov
  • P. P. D'yachenko

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