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Atomic Energy

, Volume 77, Issue 3, pp 703–706 | Cite as

Performance degradation of Si(Li) detectors with a working area of 20–60 cm2

  • R. A. Muminov
  • S. R. Radzhabov
  • D. K. Khasanov
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Performance Degradation 
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  • R. A. Muminov
  • S. R. Radzhabov
  • D. K. Khasanov

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