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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1996General Activation and Decay Formulas and their Application on Neutron Activation Analysis with ko-Standardization.POMME Stefan; HARDEMAN Frank; ROBOUCH Piotr; ETXEBARRIA Nestor; DE CORTE Frans; DE WISPELAERE A.; VAN SLUIJS R.; SIMONITS A.Articles in Journals
1999Influence of Pile-Up Rejection on Nuclear Counting, Viewed from the Time-Domain Perspective.POMME Stefan; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrich; ALZETTA J.p.Articles in Journals
2000Is it Safe to Use Poisson Statistics in Nuclear Spectrometry?ROBOUCH Piotr; MAGUREGUI Miren itxaso; EGUSKIZA Mikel; ARANA Gorka; POMME Stefan; HARDEMAN FrankContributions to Conferences
2000The ko and Qo Values for the Zr-Isotopes. A Re-Investigation.ROBOUCH Piotr; EGUSKIZA Mikel; POMME Stefan; SIMONITS A.; DE CORTE Frans; VAN LIERDE StijnContributions to Conferences
2001ko-NAA, a Valuable Tool for RM Producers.ROBOUCH Piotr; EGUSKIZA Mikel; MAGUREGUI Miren itxaso; POMME Stefan; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
2002Letter to the Editor. A Plausible Mathematical Interpretation of the 'variance' Spectra Ontained with the DSPECplus TM Digital Spectrometer.POMME StefanArticles in Journals
1996Mass and Energy Distributions for 243-Am(nth,f)WAGEMANS Cyriel; DE MATTE L.; POMME Stefan; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter joseeArticles in Journals
1997Method for the Determination of Neutron Field Monitor Burnup Effects by Gamma-Spectrometry.POMME Stefan; SIMONITS A.; DE CORTE Frans; ROBOUCH Piotr; HARDEMAN FrankArticles in Journals
2003On Statistical Control of Loss-Free Counting and Zero Dead Time Spectrometry.POMME StefanContributions to Conferences
1996Performance Optimization ko-NAAPOMME Stefan; HARDEMAN Frank; ETXEBARRIA Nestor; ROBOUCH PiotrContributions to Conferences
1997Performance Optimization of ko NAA.POMME Stefan; HARDEMAN Frank; ETXEBARRIA Nestor; ROBOUCH PiotrArticles in Journals
2002Preparation and Characterisation of an 39Ar Sample and Study of the 39Ar(nth,alpha)36S Reaction.GOEMINNE G.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; KOESTER U.; GELTENBORT P.; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrich; JOHANSSON Lena; POMME StefanArticles in Journals
2003Standardisation of 238Pu Using Four Different Methods of Measurement.JOHANSSON Lena; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; SIBBENS Goedele; POMME Stefan; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrichArticles in Journals
2004Standardisation of Low-activity Actinide Solutions by alpha-Particle Counting at a Defined Solid Angle.SIBBENS Goedele; POMME Stefan; ALTZITZOGLOU TimotheosContributions to Conferences
2004Study of Alpha-particle Emission Probabilities and Energies in the Decay of 240Pu.SIBBENS Goedele; POMME StefanArticles in Journals
2003Tailoring Solid Angle Calculations to the Actual Radioactivity Distribution of Planar Sources.SIBBENS Goedele; POMME Stefan; JOHANSSON Lena; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrichContributions to Conferences
2000Target Preparation and Neutron Activation Analysis: a Successful Story at IRMM.ROBOUCH Piotr; ARANA Gorka; EGUSKIZA Mikel; MAGUREGUI Miren itxaso; POMME Stefan; INGELBRECHT Christopher dougl asContributions to Conferences
2002Target Preparation and Neutron Activation Analysis: a successful story at IRMM.ROBOUCH Piotr; ARANA Gorka; EGUSKIZA Mikel; MAGUREGUI Miren itxaso; POMME Stefan; INGELBRECHT Christopher dougl asContributions to Conferences
2000Uncertainty Budget for ko-NAA.ROBOUCH Piotr; EGUSKIZA Mikel; ARANA Gorka; ETXEBARRIA Nestor; POMME StefanContributions to Conferences
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