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Experimental kerma coefficients of biologically important materials at neutron energies below 75 MeV.

Bibliographic reference Meulders, Jean-Pierre ; Benck, Sylvie ; Slypen, I. ; Corcalciuc, V.. Experimental kerma coefficients of biologically important materials at neutron energies below 75 MeV.. In: Medical physics, Vol. 27, no. 11, p. 2541-59 (2000)
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