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Grating transition radiation: A source of quasimonochromatic radiation.

(1999) PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 60(5) 6214-6217 Part B).
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HENRI, P, O HAEBERLE, P RULLHUSEN, N MAENE, and Willy Mondelaers. 1999. “Grating Transition Radiation: A Source of Quasimonochromatic Radiation.” Physical Review E 60 (5) 6214-6217 Part B).
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HENRI, P., HAEBERLE, O., RULLHUSEN, P., MAENE, N., & Mondelaers, W. (1999). Grating transition radiation: A source of quasimonochromatic radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 60(5) 6214-6217 Part B).
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HENRI P, HAEBERLE O, RULLHUSEN P, MAENE N, Mondelaers W. Grating transition radiation: A source of quasimonochromatic radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 1999;60(5) 6214-6217 Part B).
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HENRI, P, O HAEBERLE, P RULLHUSEN, et al. “Grating Transition Radiation: A Source of Quasimonochromatic Radiation.” PHYSICAL REVIEW E 60.5) 6214-6217 Part B (1999): n. pag. Print.
@article{175529,
  author       = {HENRI, P and HAEBERLE, O and RULLHUSEN, P and MAENE, N and Mondelaers, Willy},
  issn         = {1063-651X},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL REVIEW E},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5) 6214-6217 Part B},
  title        = {Grating transition radiation: A source of quasimonochromatic radiation.},
  volume       = {60},
  year         = {1999},
}

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