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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998On-Line in-Situ Detection of Lead Aerosols by Plasma-Spectroscopy and Laser-Excited Atomic Fluorescence SpectroscopyNEUHAUSER Richard e.; PANNE Ulrich; NIESSNER Reinhard; PETRUCCI Giuseppe; CAVALLI Paolo; OMENETTO Nicolo'Articles in Journals
1987Peak Area Measurements in Electrothermal Vaporisation / In- Ductively Coupled Plasma Emission SpectrometryROSSI Guglielmo; ALVARADO J.; CAVALLI PaoloArticles in Journals
2006Single Particle Characterization in KrakowMIRA SALAMA Daniel; GRUENING CARSTEN; JENSEN NIELS; CAVALLI PAOLO; PUTAUD JEAN-PHILIPPE; RAES FRANKContributions to Conferences
1987Some Observations on the Ionization Mechanism for Strontium in the Air- Acetylene Flame under Resonant Laser ExcitationCAVALLI Paolo; TURK GregoryArticles in Journals
2008Source Attribution of Urban Smog Episodes Caused by Coal CombustionMIRA-SALAMA Daniel; GRUENING CARSTEN; JENSEN NIELS; CAVALLI PAOLO; PUTAUD JEAN-PHILIPPE; LARSEN BO; RAES FRANK; COE HughArticles in Journals
1991Studies on Metal Carbonate Equilibria. Part 21. Study of U(VI)-H2O-CO2(g) System by Thermal Lensing SpectrophotometryBIDOGLIO Giovanni; CAVALLI Paolo; QI PANArticles in Journals
1987Thermal Lensing Spectrophotometry of Uranium (VI) with Pulsed Laser ExcitationBIDOGLIO Giovanni; ROSSI Giovanni; CAVALLI PaoloContributions to Conferences
1987Uranium and Lanthanide Speciation by Thermal Lensing SpectrometryBIDOGLIO Giovanni; CAVALLI PaoloContributions to Conferences
2008Using Föhn Conditions to Characterize Urban and Regional Sources of ParticlesVAN DINGENEN RITA; GRUENING CARSTEN; PUTAUD JEAN-PHILIPPE; CAVALLI FABRIZIA; CAVALLI PAOLO; ERDMANN NICOLE; DELL'ACQUA ALESSANDRO; DOS SANTOS MARQUES FERNANDO; HJORTH JENS; RAES FRANK, et alArticles in Journals
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