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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Actinide Thin Films as Surface ModelsSEIBERT ALICE; STUMPF Silvia; GOUDER Thomas; SCHILD D.; DENECKE M. A.Articles in books
2010Development of Fuel-model Interfaces: Chracterization of Pd Containing UO2 Thin FilmsSTUMPF Silvia; SEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER Frank; WISS Thierry; ROEMER J.; DENECKE M. A.Articles in Journals
2009Development of Fuel-model Interfaces: Investigations by XPS, TEM, SEM and AFMSTUMPF Silvia; SEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER Frank; WISS Thierry; RÖMER J.Contributions to Conferences
2011Electrochemical Investigations on Doped and Undoped UO2 Spent Fuel Model SurfacesPETERSMANN TOBIAS; SEIBERT ALICE; WEGEN Detlef; GOUDER Thomas; STUMPF Silvia; FANGHAENEL ThomasContributions to Conferences
2008Immobilization of Trivalent Actinides by Sorption onto Quartz and Incorporation into Siliceous Bulk: Investigations by TRLFSSTUMPF SilviaArticles in Journals
2009Surface Science Investigations on Spent NuclearFuel Model SystemsSEIBERT ALICE; STUMPF Silvia; SCHILD D.; BOSBACH D.; GOUDER ThomasArticles in Journals
2008Time-Resolved Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Extended X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Investigations of the N3- Complexation of Eu(III), Cm(III), and Am(III) in an Ionic Liquid: Differences and SimilaritiesSTUMPF Silvia; BILLARD I.; GAILLARD Claude; PANAK P.; DARDENNE K.Articles in Journals
2010UO2 Fuel Corrosion - Reactions at a UO2-Pd Spent Fuel Model SurfaceSTUMPF Silvia; SEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER Frank; PETERSMANN TOBIAS; DENECKE M. A.; FANGHAENEL ThomasContributions to Conferences
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