Measurement of γp → K + Λ and γp → K + Σ 0 at photon energies up to 2 GeV

M. Q. Tran, J. Barth, C. Bennhold, M. Bockhorst, W. Braun, A. Budzanowski, G. Burbach, R. Burgwinkel, J. Ernst, K. H. Glander, S. Goers, B. Guse, K. M. Haas, J. Hannappel, K. Heinloth, K. Honscheid, T. Jahnen, N. Jöpen, H. Jüngst, H. KalinowskyU. Kirch, F. J. Klein, F. Klein, E. Klempt, D. Kostrewa, A. Kozela, R. Lawall, L. Lindemann, J. Link, J. Manns, Terry Mart, D. Menze, H. Merkel, R. Merkel, W. Neuerburg, M. Paganetti, E. Paul, R. Plötzke, U. Schenk, J. Scholmann, I. Schulday, M. Schumacher, P. Schütz, W. J. Schwille, F. Smend, J. Smyrski, W. Speth, H. N. Tran, H. Van Pee, W. Vogl, R. Wedemeyer, F. Wehnes, B. Wiegers, F. W. Wieland, J. Wißkirchen, A. Wolf

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