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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Technical Synergies between Nuclear Safety and SecurityABOUSAHL Said; RANGUELOVA Vesselina; JANSSENS Willem; DE CORT Marc; WAETJEN Uwe; COJAZZI Giacomo; MARIN FERRER Montserrat; SEQUEIRA Vitor; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus, et alContributions to Conferences
2000Thick Target Correction in Pixe for Randomly Inhomogeneous Samples.SJOLAND Karl anders; MUNNIK Frans; WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2007Uncertainty Budget for 226Ra Activity Concentration in Water by Alpha SpectrometrySPASOVA YANA; POMME STEFAAN; BENEDIK LJUDMILA; WAETJEN UWEContributions to Conferences
2000Uncertainty Budget for Ion Beam Analysis.SJOLAND Karl anders; MUNNIK Frans; WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2006Underground Search for the Decay of 180TamHULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; MARISSENS GERD; LINDAHL PATRIC; WAETJEN UWE; JOHNSTON Peter N.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; KOEHLER MatthiasArticles in Journals
2006Update of the ongoing Comparison BIPM.RI(II)-KI.Co-60 including Activity Measurements of the Radionuclide 60Co for the NMIJ, Japan and the IRMM (Geel)RATEL G.; MICHOTTE C.; HINO Y.; KEIGHTLEY John; WAETJEN UWEArticles in Journals
2000Using Microprobe Distribution Maps to Determine Homogeneity and Correlation between Elements.MUNNIK Frans; SJOLAND Karl anders; WAETJEN UweContributions to Conferences
2007Visualisation of Interlaboratory Comparison Results in PomPlotsSPASOVA YANA; POMME STEFAAN; WAETJEN UWEArticles in Journals
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