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1998Enhancement of Magnetic Fluctuations on Passing below Tc in the Heavy Fermion Superconductor UPd2Al3.BERNHOEFT N.; SATO N.; ROESSLI B.; ASO Naofumi; HIESS Arno; LANDER Gerard heath; ENDOH Yasuo; KOMATSUBARA T.Articles in Journals
1999Magnetic Fluctuations above and below Tc in the Heavy Fermion Superconductor UPd2Al3.BERNHOEFT N.; SATO N.; ROESSLI B.; ASO Naofumi; HIESS Arno; LANDER Gerard heath; ENDOH Yasuo; KOMATSUBARA T.Contributions to Conferences
2005Magnetisation Dynamics in the Normal and Superfluid Phases of UPd2Al3. I: Neutron Inelastic Scattering Results.HIESS Arno; BERNHOEFT N.; METOKI Naoto; LANDER Gerard heath; ROESSLI B.; SATO N.k.; ASO Naofumi; HAGA Yoshinoro; KOIKE Yoshihiro; KOMATSUBARA T., et alArticles in Journals
2001Neutron Scattering Study of the Static and Dynamic Properties of UNi2Al3.HIESS Arno; BROWN P.j.; ASO Naofumi; ROESSLI B.; BERNHOEFT N.; SATO N.k.; LANDER Gerard heathContributions to Conferences
2000Neutron-Scattering Study of the Magnetic Response in the Heavy-Fermion Superconductor UNi2Al3.ASO Naofumi; ROESSLI B.; BERNHOEFT N.; CALEMCZUK R.; SATO N.k.; ENDHO Y.; KOMATSUBARA T.; HIESS Arno; LANDER Gerard heath; KADOWAKI H.Articles in Journals
2001Spherical Neutron Polarimetry of the Magnetic Structure in UNi2Al3.HIESS Arno; BROWN P.j.; LELIEVRE-BERNA E.; ROESSLI B.; BERNHOEFT N.; LANDER Gerard heath; ASO Naofumi; SATO N.k.Articles in Journals
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