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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Analytical Procedure for Mapping the Distribution of 10B and 99Tc Markers in Cryo-sections of Animal Tissue Samples by Secondary Ion Mass SpectrometryMARCHETTI Ilaria; MENICHETTI Luca; KUSMIC Claudia; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS Laura; SALVADORI Piero; FUOCO Roger; BELLONI Fabio; L'ABBATE Antonio; BETTI MariaArticles in Journals
2007Asymmetry in Electron and Ion Charge Collection in a Drifting Plasma BunchBELLONI Fabio; LORUSSO A.; NASSISI V.Articles in Journals
2009Can Carbon Nanotubes Play a Role in the Field of Nuclear Waste Management?BELLONI Fabio; KÜTAHYALI C.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; CARBOL Paul; WISS Thierry; MANGIONE A.Articles in Journals
2008Carbon Nanotubes Irradiation Effects Induced by Pulsed Laser BeamsMANGIONE A.; TORRISI L.; VISCO A. M.; CAMPO F.; BONACCORSO F.; GUCCIARDI P. G.; BELLONI FabioArticles in Journals
2010Characterization of the Penetration Mechanisms of Water Into Polycrystalline UO2MARCHETTI Ilaria; BELLONI Fabio; HIMBERT Jerome; CARBOL Paul; FANGHAENEL ThomasContributions to Conferences
2009Fast Method of XANES Data Collection Suitable for Oxidation State MappingBIELEWSKI Marek; ERIKSSON Matts; HIMBERT Jerome; BETTI Maria; BELLONI Fabio; FALKENBERG G.Contributions to Conferences
2008High-temperature Thermodynamics by Laser-vaporization Mass Spectrometry: an Approach Based on Statistical MechanicsBELLONI Fabio; MANARA DARIO; PFLIEGER R.; COLLE JEAN-YVES; RONDINELLA VINCENZOArticles in Journals
2011Novel insights in the study of water penetration into polycrystalline UO2 by secondary ion mass spectrometryMARCHETTI Ilaria; BELLONI Fabio; HIMBERT Jerome; CARBOL Paul; FANGHAENEL ThomasArticles in Journals
2013Room-temperature diffusion coefficients for oxygen and water in UO2 matrices: a SIMS studyMARCHETTI Ilaria; CARBOL Paul; HIMBERT Jerome; FANGHAENEL Thomas; BELLONI FabioArticles in Journals
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