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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014On-line hydrogenation of biodiesel - Toward a reference method for the determination of glycerides and total glycerolRUANO MIGUEL LUIS; ULBERTH-BUCHGRABER MANUELA; HELD AndreaArticles in Journals
2006Reference Materials as Crucial Tools for Quality Assurance and Control in Food AnalysisEMONS HENDRIK; HELD ANDREA; ULBERTH FRANZArticles in Journals
2010Thermodynamic Property Values of Selected Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Measured by Differential Scanning CalorimetryKESTENS Vikram; AUCLAIR Guy; DROZDZEWSKA Katarzyna; HELD Andrea; ROEBBEN Gert; LINSINGER ThomasArticles in Journals
2011Toward the Development of Certified Reference Materials for Effective Biodiesel Testing - Part 1: Processing, Homogeneity, and StabilityULBERTH-BUCHGRABER MANUELA; POTALIVO MONICA; EMTEBORG Per; HELD AndreaArticles in Journals
2011Toward the Development of Certified Reference Materials for Effective Biodiesel Testing - Part 2: Characterization and Value AssignmentULBERTH-BUCHGRABER MANUELA; POTALIVO MONICA; HELD AndreaArticles in Journals
2008Towards Less Manipulated Reference Materials for Food and Environmental AnalysisSHEGUNOVA PENKA; HELD Andrea; TEIPEL KATHARINA; CHAROUD-GOT JEAN; TUMBA-TSHILUMBA MARIE-FRANCE; BAU' ANDREA; EMTEBORG PERContributions to Conferences
2009Validation of a Method for the Determination of Short-Chain Chlorinated Paraffins in Soil and SedimentsPELLIZZATO Francesca; RICCI Marina; HELD Andrea; EMONS HendrikArticles in Journals
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