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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Specific Heat in AnTX Compounds (An=Np, Pu).JAVORSKY P.; BOULET P.; REBIZANT Jean; WASTIN F.; COLINEAU EricContributions to Conferences
2009Specific Heat in NpNiSn and NpIrSnJAVORSKY P.; COLINEAU Eric; JARDIN R.; PRCHAL J.; WASTIN Franck; REBIZANT J.Articles in Journals
2004Structural Tuning of Unconventional Superconductivity in PuMGa5 (M=Co, Rh)BAUER E.d.; THOMPSON J. d.; SARRAO J. l.; MORALES L.a.; WASTIN Franck; REBIZANT Jean; GRIVEAU Jean-christophe; JAVORSKY P.; BOULET Pascal; COLINEAU Eric, et alArticles in Journals
2002Structural, Magnetic and Transport Properties of NpIrSn.JAVORSKY P.; HAVELA L.; WASTIN F.; GRIVEAU J.c.; REBIZANT Jean; LANDER Gerard heathArticles in Journals
2005Thermodynamic Properties of Uvarovite Garnet (Ca3Cr2Si3O12).KLEMME S.; VAN MILTENBURG J. c.; JAVORSKY P.; WASTIN F.Articles in Journals
2004Thermodynamic Studies for Conditioning Matrices Based on Monozite.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.; JAVORSKY P.; WASTIN F.; VOET R.Contributions to Conferences
2004Tuning of the PuCoGa5 Superconductor by U and Np Substitution.COLINEAU Eric; WASTIN F.; JAVORSKY P.; REBIZANT JeanContributions to Conferences
2003Uranium Form Factors in Selected UTX Compounds.JAVORSKY P.; OLSOVEC M.; SCHWEIZER J.; GIVORD F.; BOUCHERLE J. x.; SECHOVSKY V.; ANDREEV A.v.; LELIEVRE-BERNA E.Contributions to Conferences
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