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A spectrometer for ultrashort gamma-ray pulses with photon energies greater than 10 MeV

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A spectrometer for ultrashort gamma-ray pulses with photon energies greater than 10 MeV. / Behm, K. T.; Cole, J. M.; Joglekar, A. S.; Gerstmayr, E.; Wood, J. C.; Baird, C. D.; Blackburn, T. G.; Duff, M.; Harvey, C.; Ilderton, A.; Kuschel, S.; Mangles, S. P.D.; Marklund, M.; McKenna, P.; Murphy, C. D.; Najmudin, Z.; Poder, K.; Ridgers, C. P.; Sarri, G.; Samarin, G. M.; Symes, D.; Warwick, J.; Zepf, M.; Krushelnick, K.; Thomas, A. G.R.

In: Review of Scientific Instruments, Vol. 89, No. 11, 113303, 06.11.2018.

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Behm, KT, Cole, JM, Joglekar, AS, Gerstmayr, E, Wood, JC, Baird, CD, Blackburn, TG, Duff, M, Harvey, C, Ilderton, A, Kuschel, S, Mangles, SPD, Marklund, M, McKenna, P, Murphy, CD, Najmudin, Z, Poder, K, Ridgers, CP, Sarri, G, Samarin, GM, Symes, D, Warwick, J, Zepf, M, Krushelnick, K & Thomas, AGR 2018, 'A spectrometer for ultrashort gamma-ray pulses with photon energies greater than 10 MeV', Review of Scientific Instruments, vol. 89, no. 11, 113303. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5056248

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Behm, K. T., Cole, J. M., Joglekar, A. S., Gerstmayr, E., Wood, J. C., Baird, C. D., ... Thomas, A. G. R. (2018). A spectrometer for ultrashort gamma-ray pulses with photon energies greater than 10 MeV. Review of Scientific Instruments, 89(11), [113303]. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5056248

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Behm KT, Cole JM, Joglekar AS, Gerstmayr E, Wood JC, Baird CD et al. A spectrometer for ultrashort gamma-ray pulses with photon energies greater than 10 MeV. Review of Scientific Instruments. 2018 Nov 6;89(11). 113303. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5056248

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Behm, K. T. ; Cole, J. M. ; Joglekar, A. S. ; Gerstmayr, E. ; Wood, J. C. ; Baird, C. D. ; Blackburn, T. G. ; Duff, M. ; Harvey, C. ; Ilderton, A. ; Kuschel, S. ; Mangles, S. P.D. ; Marklund, M. ; McKenna, P. ; Murphy, C. D. ; Najmudin, Z. ; Poder, K. ; Ridgers, C. P. ; Sarri, G. ; Samarin, G. M. ; Symes, D. ; Warwick, J. ; Zepf, M. ; Krushelnick, K. ; Thomas, A. G.R. / A spectrometer for ultrashort gamma-ray pulses with photon energies greater than 10 MeV. In: Review of Scientific Instruments. 2018 ; Vol. 89, No. 11.

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AU - Behm, K. T.

AU - Cole, J. M.

AU - Joglekar, A. S.

AU - Gerstmayr, E.

AU - Wood, J. C.

AU - Baird, C. D.

AU - Blackburn, T. G.

AU - Duff, M.

AU - Harvey, C.

AU - Ilderton, A.

AU - Kuschel, S.

AU - Mangles, S. P.D.

AU - Marklund, M.

AU - McKenna, P.

AU - Murphy, C. D.

AU - Najmudin, Z.

AU - Poder, K.

AU - Ridgers, C. P.

AU - Sarri, G.

AU - Samarin, G. M.

AU - Symes, D.

AU - Warwick, J.

AU - Zepf, M.

AU - Krushelnick, K.

AU - Thomas, A. G.R.

PY - 2018/11/6

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