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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007DIAMEX Counter-Current Extraction Process for Recovery of Trivalent Actinides from Simulated High Active ConcentrateMODOLO G.; VIJGEN H.; SERRANO PURROY DANIEL; CHRISTIANSEN BIRGIT; MALMBECK RIKARD; SOREL C.; BARON P.Articles in Journals
2005Evolution of the Nuclear Fuel Mechanical Properties with Burn-up - An Extensive European Experimental ProgramBARON P.; MASSON R.; GATT J.-M.; SPINO JOSE LUISContributions to Conferences
2005First Demonstration of a Centrifugal Solvent Extraction Process for Minor Actinides from a Concentrated Spent Fuel SolutionSERRANO PURROY DANIEL; BARON P.; CHRISTIANSEN BIRGIT; GLATZ JEAN-PAUL; MADIC C.; MALMBECK RIKARD; MODOLO G.Articles in Journals
2007Futuristic Back-end of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle with the Partitioning of Minor ActinidesMADIC C.; BOULLIS B.; BARON P.; TESTARD F.; HUDSON M. J.; LILJENZIN J.-O.; CHRISTIANSEN BIRGIT; FERRANDO M.; FACCHINI A.; GEIST A., et alContributions to Conferences
2000Partitioning of Minor Actinides from HLLW Using the DIAMEX Process. Part 2. "Hot" Continuous Counter-Current Experiment.MALMBECK R.; COURSON O.; PAGLIOSA Giorgio; ROEMER Kuno; SAETMARK Birgit; GLATZ Jean paul; BARON P.Articles in Journals
2005Recovery of Minor Actinides from HLLW Using the DIAMEX ProcessSERRANO PURROY DANIEL; BARON P.; CHRISTIANSEN BIRGIT; MALMBECK RIKARD; SOREL C.; GLATZ JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2006Stereological Evolution of the RIM Structure in PWR Fuels at Prolonged Irradiation: Dependencies with Burn-up and TemperatureSPINO JOSE LUIS; STALIOS A.d.; SANTA CRUZ Hernan; BARON P.Articles in Journals
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