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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1995Calculation of Elastic Constants in UC, US and UTeTRYGG J.; WILLS J.m.; BROOKS M.s.s.; ERIKSSON O.Articles in Journals
2001Crystal Field Levels in Lanthanide Systems.COLARIETI-TOSTI M.; ERIKSSON O.; NORDSTROEM L.; BROOKS M.s.s.; WILLS J.Contributions to Conferences
2000Electronic Structure of Plutonium Monochalcogenides.OPPENEER P.m.; KRAFT T.; BROOKS M.s.s.Articles in Journals
1998Optical and Magneto-Optical Spectroscopy of Uranium and Plutonium Compounds. Recent Theoretical Progress.OPPENEER P.m.; PERLOV A. ya.; ANTONOV V.n.; YARESKO A.n.; KRAFT T.; BROOKS M.s.s.Contributions to Conferences
2004Orbital Magnetism in CeFe2BROOKS M.s.s.Articles in Journals
2004Orbital Magnetism in UFe2BROOKS M.s.s.Articles in Journals
2003Origin of Magnetic Anisotropy of Gd MetalCOLARIETI-TOSTI M.; SIMARK S.i.; AHUJA R.; NORDSTROEM L.; ERIKSSON O.; BROOKS M.s.s.Articles in Journals
1998Reply to a Comment. Density Functional Theory of Crystal Field Quasiparticle Excitations and the Ab Initio Calculation of Spin Hamiltonian Parameters.BROOKS M.s.s.; ERIKSSON O.; WILLS J.m.; JOHANSSON B.Articles in Journals
2004Theory of Spin and orbital Magnetization Densities with Screened Exchange Interactions.BROOKS M.s.s.Articles in Journals
2004Theory of the Magnetic Anisotropy of Gd Metal.COLARIETI-TOSTI M.; SIMARK S.i.; AHUJA R.; NORDSTROEM L.; ERIKSSON O.; BROOKS M.s.s.Contributions to Conferences
2005Theory of the Temperature Dependence of the Easy Axis of Magnetization in Gd Metal.COLARIETI-TOSTI M.; ERIKSSON O.; NORDSTROEM L.; BROOKS M.s.s.Articles in Journals
2000X-Ray Diffraction Studies of AuCu3-Type Neptunium Compounds under Pressure.MERESSE Yvane; HEATHMAN S.; LE BIHAN Tristan; REBIZANT Jean; BROOKS M.s.s.; AHUJA R.Articles in Journals
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