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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1999Certified Reference Materials for Radiometric Safeguards Analyticak Measurements. A Demanding Issue.MAYER Klaus; OTTMAR HerbertContributions to Conferences
2011Characterization and classification of uranium ore concentrates (yellow cakes) using infrared spectrometryVARGA Zsolt; OEZTUERK B.; MEPPEN Manuela; MAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; APOSTOLIDIS ChristosArticles in Journals
2011Characterization and classification of uranium ore concentrates (yellow cakes) using infrared spectrometryVARGA Zsolt; ÖZTÜRK Betul; MEPPEN Manuela; MAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; APOSTOLIDIS ChristosArticles in Journals
1996Comparative Isotopic Measurements on Xenon and KryptonAREGBE Yetunde; VALKIERS Staf; MAYER Klaus; DE BIEVRE P.Articles in Journals
1995Comparison of DA and NDA Analtytical Methods for PuO2 in Nuclear Material SafeguardsCROMBOOM Omer; KOCH Lothar winfried; VAN GEEL Jacobus; MAYER Klaus; DE BIEVRE P.; OTTMAR HerbertContributions to Conferences
2005Complete Results for Five Years of GNO Solar Neutrino ObservationsALTMANN M.; BALATA M.; BELLI P.; BELLOTTI E.; BERNABEI R.; BURKERT E.; CATTADORI C.; CERULLI R.; CHIARINI M.; CRIBIER M., et alArticles in Journals
2005Complete Results for the Five Years of GNO Solar Neutrino Observations.ALTMANN M.; BALATA M.; BELLI P.; BELLOTI E.; BERNABEI R.; BURKERT E.; CATTADORI C.; CERULLI R.; CHIARINI M.; CRIBIER M., et alArticles in Journals
2005Destructive Analysis - Quo Vadis?MAYER KLAUSContributions to Conferences
2007Destructive Analysis of Samples of Nuclear MaterialMAYER KLAUSContributions to Conferences
2009Destructive Sample Analysis for Nuclear SafeguardsAREGBE Yetunde; MAYER KLAUS; HEDBERG MAGNUSArticles in books
1998"Destructive" Analytical Measurement Techniques in Nuclear Material Safeguards Accountancy and Control.MAYER KlausContributions to Conferences
1997Detection of Reprocessing Activities through Stable Isotope Measurements of Atmospheric Noble Gases.AREGBE Yetunde; MAYER Klaus; VALKIERS Staf; DE BIEVRE P.Articles in Journals
2010Determination of Rare-earth Elements in Uranium-bearing Materials by Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass SpectrometryVARGA Zsolt; KATONA Robert; STEFANKA Z.; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; NICHOLL AdrianArticles in Journals
2014Determination of the 229Th half-lifeVARGA ZSOLT; NICHOLL Adrian; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2002Determination of the Age of Highly Enriched Uranium.WALLENIUS Maria; MORGENSTERN A.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
1998Development and Analytical Measurements for Safeguards.MAYER Klaus; OTTMAR Herbert; RICHIR P.; BRANDALISE B.; KOCH LotharContributions to Conferences
2012Development and validation of a methodology for unranium radiochronometry reference material preparation.VARGA Zsolt; NICHOLL Adrian; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
1998Development and Validation of a Simple, Rapid and Robust Method for the Chemical Separation of Uranium and Plutonium.APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MOLINET Roger; RICHIR P.; OUGIER Michel charles g; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2010Development and Validation of Fast and Accurate Simulation Tools of full Gamma Spectra from Shielded and Unshielded Uranium SamplesBERLIZOV Andrey; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2007Development of a Comprehensive Nuclear Security Related Training ProgrammeJARMALAVICIUTE JURGITA; MAYER KLAUS; MAGILL JOSEPHContributions to Conferences
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