The Gain Distribution According to the Theoretical Structure and Decay Dynamics of Sodium like Cu

Wessameldin S. Abdelaziz,
Mai E. Ahmed,
Ali S. Khalil,
Mohammed Alshaik Ahmed,
Tharwat M. El-Sherbini

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