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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009The Avogadro Constant Determination via Enriched Silicon-28BECKER P.; FRIEDRICH H.; FUJII K.; GIARDINI W.; MANA G.; PICARD A.; POHL H.-J.; RIEMANN H.; VALKIERS StafArticles in Journals
2011Counting the Atoms in a 28Si Crystal for a New Kilogram DefinitionANDREAS B.; AZUMA Y.; BARTL G.; BECKER P.; BETTIN H.; BORYS M.; BUSCH I.; FUCHS P.; FUJII K.; FUJIMOTO H., et alArticles in Journals
2011Determination of the Avogadro Constant by Counting the Atoms in a 28Si CrystalANDREAS B.; AZUMA Y.; BARTL G.; BECKER P.; BETTIN H.; BORYS M.; BUSCH I.; GRAY M.; FUCHS P.; FUJII K., et alArticles in Journals
2007Determination of the Avogadro Constant, a Contribution to the New Definition of MassBUSCH I.; VALKIERS STAF; BECKER P.Contributions to Conferences
2009Determination of the Avogadro Constant: A Contribution to the New Definition of MassBUSCH I.; VALKIERS Staf; BECKER P.Contributions to Conferences
2006Large-scale Production of Highly Enriched 28Si for the Precise Determination of the Avogadro ConstantBECKER P.; SCHIEL D; POHL H-J; KALITEEVSKI A; GODISOV O; CHURBANOV M; DEVYATYKH G; GUSEV A; BULANOV A; ADAMCHIK S, et alArticles in Journals
2005Present Status of the Avogrado Constant Determination from Silicon Crystals with Natural Isotopic CompositionFUJII K.; WASEDA A.; KURAMO N.; MIZUSHIMA S.; BECKER P.; BETTIN H.; NICOLAUS A.; KUETGENS U.; VALKIERS STAF; TAYLOR PHILIP, et alArticles in Journals
2011Si Primary Standards for the Calibration of Ion-Current Ratios in the Molar-Mass Measurement of Natural Si Single CrystalsVALKIERS Staf; MANA G.; FUJII K.; BECKER P.Articles in Journals
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