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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Contrasting immobilization behavior of Cs+ and Sr2+ cations into a titanosilicate matrixPAVEL Cladiu; WALTER Marcus; POEML PHILIPP; BOUEXIERE Daniel; POPA KarinArticles in Journals
2009Crystal Structure and Thermal Expansion of the Low- and High- temperature Forms of BaMIV(PO4)2 Compounds (M ¼ Ti, Zr,HfandSn)BREGIROUX D.; JARDIN R.; POPA Karin; RAISON Philippe; WALLEZ G; QUARTON M; BRUNELLI M.Articles in Journals
2009Determination of REE, U, Th, Ba, and Zr in Simulated Hydrogeological Leachates by ICP-AES After Matrix Solvent ExtractionAYRANOV Marin; POPA Karin; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; COBOS J.Articles in Journals
2008Excess Properties of the (Ln2-2xCaxThx)(PO4)2 (Ln = La, Ce) Solid SolutionsKONINGS Rudy; WALTER Marcus; POPA KarinArticles in Journals
2007The Heat Capacity of BaUO4POPA Karin; COLINEAU ERIC; WASTIN FRANCK; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
2006The Heat Capacity of NdPO4APOPA Karin; JUTIER Frederic; WASTIN FRANCK; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
2005The High Temperature Behavior of BaZr(PO4)2POPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; BOULET Pascal; BOUEXIERE DANIELArticles in Journals
2006High Temperature Heat Capacity of EuPO4 and SmPO4 Synthetic MonazitesPOPA Karin; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
2011High Temperature Heat Capacity of PuPO4 Monazite-AnalogueBENES ONDREJ; POPA Karin; REUSCHER Vivien; ZAPPIA Alessandro; STAICU Dragos; KONINGS RudyArticles in Journals
2008The High-temperature Behaviour of PuPO4 Monazite and Some Other Related CompoundsJARDIN R.; RAISON Philippe; BOUEXIERE Daniel; KONINGS Rudy; POPA Karin; PAVEL C.; SANTA-CRUZ H.Articles in Journals
2007High-temperature Calorimetry of (La1-xLnx)PO4 Solid SolutionsPOPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; GEISLER T.Articles in Journals
2006The High-temperature Heat Capacity of LnPO4(Ln = La, Ce, Gd) by Drop CalorimetryPOPA Karin; SEDMIDUBSKY D.; BENES O.; THIRIET Catherine; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
2007Hydrothermal Alteration of BaxMIVxCe2-2x(PO4)2 (MIV= Zr, Hf) Monazites as Hosts for Minor ActinidesPOPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; WISS THIERRY; LEISTE H.Articles in Journals
2008Improvement of Retention Capacity of ETS-10 for Uranyl Ions by Porosity Modification and their Immobilization into a Titanosilicate MatrixWALTER Marcus; POPA Karin; PAVEL CladiuArticles in Journals
2008The Low-temperature Heat Capacity and Standard Entropy of Synthetic Huttonite ThSi04KONINGS RUDY; POPA Karin; WASTIN FRANCK; COLINEAU ERICArticles in Journals
2007The Low-temperature Heat Capacity of (Pu0.1 La0.9)PO4POPA Karin; COLINEAU ERIC; WASTIN FRANCK; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
2008The Low-temperature Heat Capacity of CaUO4 and SrUO4KONINGS RUDY; POPA Karin; COLINEAU ERIC; WASTIN FRANCKArticles in Journals
2010Pressure-induced structural transition in lanthanide pyrochlore zirconatesSURBLE SUZY; HEATHMAN Stephen; RAISON Philippe; BOUEXIERE Daniel; POPA Karin; CACIUFFO RobertoArticles in Journals
2006A Raman Spectroscopic Study of the Phase Transistion of BaZr(PO4)2 - Evidence for a Triginal Structure of the High-temperature Polymorph.GEISLER T.; POPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; POPA A.f.Articles in Journals
2008A Re-evaluation of the Heat Capacity of Cerium Zirconate (Ce2Zr2O7)POPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; WASTIN FRANCK; COLINEAU ERIC; MAGNANI Nicola; RAISON PHILIPPEArticles in Journals
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