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Transition Region Emission in Solar Flares
Submitted: 2011-04-29 13:18
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Authors: H. Johnson, J.C. Raymond, N.A. Murphy, S. Giordano, Y.-K. Ko, A. Ciaravella and R. Suleiman
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