3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES

Werner U, Beckord K, Becker J, Lutz HO (1995)
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 74(11): 1962-1965.

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Werner U, Beckord K, Becker J, Lutz HO. 3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 1995;74(11):1962-1965.
Werner, U., Beckord, K., Becker, J., & Lutz, H. O. (1995). 3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 74(11), 1962-1965.
Werner, U., Beckord, K., Becker, J., and Lutz, H. O. (1995). 3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 74, 1962-1965.
Werner, U., et al., 1995. 3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 74(11), p 1962-1965.
U. Werner, et al., “3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, vol. 74, 1995, pp. 1962-1965.
Werner, U., Beckord, K., Becker, J., Lutz, H.O.: 3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 74, 1962-1965 (1995).
Werner, Udo, Beckord, K., Becker, J., and Lutz, Hans Otto. “3D IMAGING OF THE COLLISION-INDUCED COULOMB FRAGMENTATION OF WATER-MOLECULES”. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 74.11 (1995): 1962-1965.
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