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2007Character of 5f states in the Pu-Am System from Magnetic Susceptibility, Electrical Resistivity, and Photoelectron Spectroscopy MeasurementsBACLET N.; DORMEVAL M.; HAVELA Ladislav; FOURNIER J.m.; VALOT C.; WASTIN FRANCK; GOUDER THOMAS; COLINEAU ERIC; WALKER CLIVE; BREMIER STEPHAN, et alArticles in Journals
2008High Pressure Study of Pu0.92Am0.08 Binary AlloyKLOSEK V.; GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; FAURE P.; GENESTIER C.; BACLET N.; WASTIN FranckArticles in Journals
2008Pressure-induced Americium Valence Fluctuations Revealed by Electrical ResistivityKOLOMIETS A. V.; GRIVEAU JEAN-CHRISTOPHE; HEATHMAN STEPHEN; SHICK A. B.; WASTIN FRANCK; FAURE P.; KLOSEK V.; GENESTIER C.; BACLET N.; HAVELA L.Articles in Journals
2002Self-Irradiation Effects in Plutonium Alloys Stabilized in the delta-Phase.BACLET N.; DORMEVAL M.; POCHET P.; FOURNIER J. m.; WASTIN F.; COLINEAU Eric; REBIZANT Jean; LANDER Gerard heathContributions to Conferences
2010Sommerfeld Coefficient of d-Pu Determined Via a Low-Temperature Specific Heat Pu-Ce StudyHAVELA L.; JAVORSKY P.; SHICK A. B.; KOLORENC J.; COLINEAU Eric; REBIZANT J.; WASTIN Franck; GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; JOLLY L.; TEXIER Gwenael, et alArticles in Journals
2006Structural Investigation of Delta-stabilized Plutonium Alloys under PressureFAURE P.; KLOSEK V.; GENESTIER C.; BACLET N.; HEATHMAN STEPHEN; NORMILE Peter; HAIRE R.g.Contributions to Conferences
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