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1998Influence of Low Temperature Air Oxidation on the Dissolution Behaviour of UO2 and MOX Spent Fuel.SERRANO J.a.; GLATZ Jean paul; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; COQUERELLE Michel clementContributions to Conferences
2001Influence of Low-Temperature Air Oxidation on the Dissolution Behaviour of High Burn-Up LWR Spent Fuel.SERRANO J.a.; GLATZ Jean paul; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; PAPAIOANNOU DimitriosArticles in Journals
2001Investigation of the Use of the UTEVA as a Stationary Phase for Chromatographic Separation of Actinides on-Line to Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry.PERNA L.; BETTI Maria; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; FUOCO R.Articles in Journals
1999Nuclear Samples Using Isotope Dilution-Ion Chromatography-Inductively Couples Plasma Mass Spectrometry.BARRERO MORENO J. m.; BETTI Maria; NICOLAOU GeorgeArticles in Journals
2001A Preliminary Study for the Determination of Longlived Radionuclides (Second Transition Group 4-d) in Environmental Samples by Ion Chromatography Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (IC-ICP-MS).BETTI Maria; MENICHETTI L.; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; FUOCO R.Articles in Journals
2004Quantitative Analysis of Tissues of the Central Nervous System in Food Products by GFAP-ELISA Test Kit. Results of an Interlaboratory Study.AGAZZI Marie-elisabeth; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; VON HOLST Christoph; LUECKER E.; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
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