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Broad line emission from iron K- and L-shell transitions in the active galaxy 1H 0707-495

By A.C. Fabian, A. Zoghbi, R.R. Ross, P. Uttley, L.C. Gallo, W.N. Brandt, A.J. Blustin, T. Boller, M.D. Caballero-Garcia, J. Larsson, J.M. Miller, G. Miniutti, G. Ponti, R.C. Reis, C.S. Reynolds, Y. Tanaka and A.J. Young
Topics: QB
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:144541
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