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2011Americium-Bearing Blanket Separate-effect Experiments: MARIOS and DIAMINO IrradiationsBEJAOUI Syriac; D'AGATA Elio; HANIA Ralph; LAMBERT T.; BENDOTTI Stephane; NEYROUD Cedric; HERLET Nathalie; BONNEROT Jean-MarcContributions to Conferences
2012Development programme on minor-actinide-bearing blankets at CEABONNEROT Jean-Marc; PILLON Sylvie; BEJAOUI Syriac; D'AGATA Elio; HANIA Ralph; HERLET Nathalie; JANKOWIAK Aurelien; AUCLAIR Michel; BENDOTTI Stephane; LAMBERT T., et alContributions to Conferences
2012MARIOS - Irradiation of UO2 Containing 15% Americium at well defined TemperatureD'AGATA Elio; HANIA Ralph; BEJAOUI Syriac; SCIOLLA Carla; WYATT Thom; HANNINK Marieke; HERLET Nathalie; JANKOWIAK Aurelien; KLAASSEN Frodo; BONNEROT Jean-MarcArticles in Journals
2013Preliminary results of the MARIOS experiment on minor actinide bearing blanket conceptD'AGATA Elio; HANIA Ralph; BEJAOUI Syriac; SCIOLLA Carla; WYATT Thom; HANNINK Marieke; HERLET Nathalie; JANKOWIAK Aurelien; KLAASSEN F.; BONNEROT Jean-MarcContributions to Conferences
2013The results of the irradiation experiment MARIOS on americium transmutationD'AGATA Elio; HANIA Ralph; BEJAOUI Syriac; SCIOLLA Carla; WYATT Thom; HANNINK Marieke; HERLET Nathalie; JANKOWIAK Aurelien; KLAASSEN Frodo; LAPETITE Jean-Marc, et alArticles in Journals
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