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Inferring the covariant Θ-exact noncommutative coupling in the top quark pair production at linear colliders

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Inferring the covariant Θ-exact noncommutative coupling in the top quark pair production at linear colliders
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Journal of High Energy Physics, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/jhep06(2019)108
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J. Selvaganapathy, Partha Konar, Prasanta Kumar Das

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