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2000Comparison between the Use of Direct Current Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry and Inductively Coupled Plasma Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis of Trace Elements in Nuclear Samples.ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; BOCCI F.; BETTI Maria; ACTIS-DATO Louis olivierArticles in Journals
2004Effects of Colloidal and Dissolved Silica on the Dissolution of UO2 Nuclear Fuel in Groundwater Leaching Tests.AMME M.; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; BETTI Maria; LANG H.; STOECKL M.Articles in Journals
2000Investigation on Mechanisms of Corrosion Due to Impurities Diffusion by Direct Current Flow Discharge Mass Spectrometry Depth Profiling.ACTIS-DATO Louis olivier; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; BETTI Maria; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; MISERQUE F.; GOUDER ThomasArticles in Journals
2001Monitoring of Depth Distribution of Trace Elements by GDMS.ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; ACTIS-DATO Louis olivier; BETTI Maria; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; TOCCI U.; FUOCO R.; GIANNARELLI StefaniaArticles in Journals
2004Quality Assurance for the Measurements and Monitoring of Radioactivity in the Environment.BETTI Maria; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.Articles in Journals
2003Sample Clean-up by On-line Chromatography for the Determination of Am in Sediments and Soils by Alpha-Spectrometry.PERNA L.; JERNSTROEM J.; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; DE PABLO J.; BETTI MariaArticles in Journals
2005Structural Information on Lanthanides (Fission Products) in Solution by Capillary Electrophoresis-Electrospray Mass Spectrometry.PITOIS Aurelien; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; BETTI MariaArticles in Journals
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