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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Transport and Magnetic Properties of the Superconductor NpPd5Al2GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; GOFRYK Krzysztof; REBIZANT J.Articles in Journals
2013Unconventional superconductivity in Transuranium compounds : 10 years of research at ITUGRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; GOFRYK Krzysztof; COLINEAU Eric; BAUER E.d.; TOBASH Paul Henry; ELOIRDI Rachel; KLIMCZUK Tomasz; REBIZANT J.; HAIRE R.g.; CACIUFFO RobertoContributions to Conferences
2011Unusual Electric Field Gradient Variation in the NpPd2Ge2 CompoundGACZYNSKI Piotr; COLINEAU Eric; WASTIN Franck; BOULET P.; REBIZANT J.; CACIUFFO RobertoContributions to Conferences
2010X-ray and 237Np Mössbauer effect investigation on the NpB2C compoundGACZYNSKI Piotr; ROGL P.; COLINEAU Eric; ELOIRDI Rachel; WASTIN Franck; BOULET P.; REBIZANT J.Contributions to Conferences
2010X-Ray and 237Np Mössbauer Effect Investigation on the NpB2C CompoundGACZYNSKI Piotr; ROGL P.; COLINEAU Eric; ELOIRDI Rachel; WASTIN Franck; BOULET P.; REBIZANT J.Contributions to Conferences
2010Zur Elektronenstruktur hochsymmetrischer Verbindungen der f-Elemente 44 [1]. Erstmalige parametrische Analyse des Absorptionsspektrums einer Molekülverbindung des trivalenten Urans: Tris[hydrotris(1-pyrazolyl)borato]uran(III) Electronic Structures of Highly Symmetrical Compounds of f Elements 44 [1]. First Parametric Analysis of the Absorption Spectrum of a Molecular Compound of Tervalent Uranium: Tris[hydrotris(1-pyrazolyl)borato]uranium(III)APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MORGENSTERN Alfred; REBIZANT J.; KANELLAKOPOULOS Basil; WALTER Olaf; POWIETZKA Bernhard; KARBOWIAK Miroslav; REDDMANN H.; AMBERGER H.-D.Articles in Journals
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