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Performance of the high-efficiency thermal neutron BAND-GEM detector

Overview of attention for article published in Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, February 2018
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Title
Performance of the high-efficiency thermal neutron BAND-GEM detector
Published in
Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, February 2018
DOI 10.1093/ptep/pty005
Authors

Andrea Muraro, Gabriele Croci, Enrico Perelli Cippo, Giovanni Grosso, Carina Höglund, Giorgia Albani, Richard Hall-Wilton, Kalliopi Kanaki, Fabrizio Murtas, Davide Raspino, Linda Robinson, Nigel Rodhes, Marica Rebai, Susann Schmidt, Erik Schooneveld, Marco Tardocchi, Giuseppe Gorini

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