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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Anomalous Displacement of Magnetic Bragg Peaks in the Presence of Short Range Order.BERNHOEFT N.; LANDER Gerard heath; LONGFIELD M.j.; LANGRIDGE Sean; MANNIX D.; BROWN S.; NUTTALL W.g.; HIESS Arno; VETTIER C.; LEJAY P.Articles in Journals
1997Polarised Neutron Reflectivity from a [UAs/Co] Multilayer.MANNIX D.; STIRLING W.g.; BUCKNALL D.; HAYCOOK P.; BROWN S.; LANDER Gerard heath; PLASKETT T.s.Contributions to Conferences
2008Profile of the U 5f Magnetization in UOFe MultilayersBROWN S.; BOUCHENOIRE L.; THOMPSON P.; SPRINGELL R.; MIRONE A.; STIRLING W. G.; BEESLEY A.; THOMAS M. F.; WARD R. C. C.; WELLS M. R., et alArticles in Journals
2003Resonant Magnetic Reflectivity from U/Fe Multilayers.BROWN S.; BEESLEY A.; HERRING A.; MANNIX D.; THOMAS M.f.; THOMPSON P.; BOUCHENOIRE L.; LANGRIDGE Sean; LANDER Gerard heath; STIRLING W. g., et alArticles in Journals
2008A Study of Uranium-based Multilayers - I. Fabrication and Structural CharacterizationSPRINGELL R.; ZOCHOWKSI S. W.; WARD R. C. C.; WELLS M. R.; BROWN S.; BOUCHENOIRE L.; WILHELM F.; LANGRIDGE S.; STIRLING W. G.; LANDER G.h.Articles in Journals
2008A Study of Uranium-based Multilayers - II. Magnetic PropertiesSPRINGELL R.; ZOCHOWKSI S. W.; WARD R. C. C.; WELLS M. R.; BROWN S.; BOUCHENOIRE L.; WILHELM F.; LANGRIDGE S.; STIRLING W. G.; LANDER G.h.Articles in Journals
2007A Synopsis of Land Use, Land-use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech AccordsSCHLAMADINGER B.; BIRD N.; JOHNS D.; BROWN S.; CANADELL J.; CICCARESE L.; DUTSCHKE M.; FIEDLER J.; FISCHLIN A.; FEARNSIDE P., et alArticles in Journals
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