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New Light Shed on Charge Transfer in Fundamental H^+ + H_2 Collisions

Bibliographic reference Urbain, Xavier ; De Ruette, Nathalie ; Andrianarijaona, Vola Masoandro ; Martin, M.F. ; Fernandez Menchero, L. ; et. al. New Light Shed on Charge Transfer in Fundamental H^+ + H_2 Collisions. In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 111, no. 20, p. 203201 (15 November 2013)
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