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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Certification of the reference material IRMM-426 for radionuclides in dried bilberriesWAETJEN Uwe; SPASOVA Yana; VASILE Mirela; SZANTO Z.; EMTEBORG Per; VOITSEKHOVYCH OlegContributions to Conferences
2007The Certification of the Reference Material IRMM-435 for the Determination of Alkali leaching from Pharmaceutical Glass ContainersWAETJEN UWE; GUADAGNINO E.Articles in Journals
2006Certification Reference Materials for the Characterisation of Multifunctional MaterialsROEBBEN GERT; WAETJEN UWE; LAMBERTY ANDREEContributions to Conferences
2000Comparative Study of RBS, SIMS and VASE for Characterisation of High Electron Mobility Transistors.PERSSON Leif; LOEVESTAM N.g.; SOEDERVALL Ulf; WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2005Comparison of Dynamic Simulations with RBS Measurements of Low Energy Ion Implantation of Sb+ into Si02/Si SubstratesIGNATOVA V.; WAETJEN UWE; KATARDJIEV I.v.; CHAKAROV I.r.Articles in Journals
2001Contribution of ICP-IDMS to the Certification of Antimony Implanted in a Silicon Wafer - Comparison with RBS and INAA Results.PRITZKOW W.; VOGL Jochen; BERGER A.; ECKER K.h.; GROETZSCHEL Rainer; KLINGBEIL B.; PERSSON Leif; RIEBE G.; WAETJEN UweArticles in Journals
2014Critical remarks on gross alpha/beta activity analysis in drinking waters: Conclusions from a European interlaboratory comparisonJOBBAGY VIKTOR; MERESOVA JANA; WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2007Current Radioactivity Content of Wild edible Mushrooms: a Candidate for an Environmental Reference MaterialSZÁNTÓ Z.; HULT MIKAEL; WAETJEN UWE; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOSArticles in Journals
2010Current Status of Gross Alpha/Beta Activity Analysis in Water Samples: A Short Overview of MethodsJOBBAGY VIKTOR; WAETJEN Uwe; MERESOVA JANAContributions to Conferences
2008Determination of 234U, 238U and 226Ra in Bottled Drinking Water by Alpha SpectrometryBENEDIK LJUDMILA; SPASOVA YANA; VASILE MIRELA; WAETJEN UWEContributions to Conferences
2012Determination of natural and anthropogenic radionuclides in soil - results of an European Union comparisonMERESOVA JANA; WAETJEN Uwe; ALTZITZOGLOU TimotheosContributions to Conferences
2001Development of an Electrothermal Vaporisation ICP-MS Method and the Assessment of its Applicability to Homogeneity Studies of Reference Materials.FRIESE K.-c.; WAETJEN Uwe; GROBECKER K.h.Articles in Journals
2000Development of an Electrothermal Vaporization System and its Application to Homogeneity Studies of Reference Materials Using ICP-MS Detection.FRIESE K.-c.; WAETJEN Uwe; GROBECKER K.h.Contributions to Conferences
1999Developments on the PIXE Technique for an Efficient and Accurate Analysis.WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2010EC Comparison on the Determination of 226Ra, 228Ra, 234U and 238U in Water among European Monitoring LaboratoriesWAETJEN Uwe; BENEDIK Ljudmila; SPASOVA Yana; VASILE Mirela; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; BEYERMANN M.Contributions to Conferences
2006EC Intercomparisons for Laboratories Monitoring Environmental RadioactivityWAETJEN UWE; SZANTO Zsuzsanna; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS; SIBBENS GOEDELE; KEIGHTLEY John; HULT MIKAELContributions to Conferences
2013EC interlaboratory comparison on terrestrial radionuclides in soilMERESOVA JANA; WAETJEN Uwe; JOBBAGY VIKTORContributions to Conferences
2010Europäische Ringvergleiche für Messungen der Umweltradioaktivität (European intercomparison for measurement of environmental radioactivity)WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2008European Measurement Comparison of 137Cs, 40K and 90Sr in Milk PowderSPASOVA YANA; WAETJEN UWE; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOSContributions to Conferences
2008European Measurement Comparisons of Environmental RadioactivityWAETJEN UWEContributions to Conferences
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