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2007High-temperature Investigations of the Rare Earth NZP Phospates R1/3Zr2(PO4)3 (R=La,Nd,Eu,Lu) by Drop CalorimetryBYKOV Denis; KONINGS RUDY; ORLOVA A.i.Articles in Journals
2013Interaction of advanced oxide fuels with sodium in operating conditions for Sodium-cooled Fast ReactorsSMITH ANNA; BYKOV DENIS; RAISON Philippe; KONINGS Rudy; COLLE Jean-Yves; WALLEZ G; BENES ONDREJ; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; KOVACS ATTILA; SUARD E., et alContributions to Conferences
2012Structure and nuclear density distribution in the cheralite — CaTh(PO4)2: studies of its behaviour under high pressure (36 GPa)RAISON Philippe; HEATHMAN Stephen; WALLEZ G; ZVORISTE CARMEN ELENA; BYKOV DENIS; MENARD Gael; SUARD E.; POPA Karin; DACHEUX Nicolas; KONINGS Rudy, et alArticles in Journals
2012Triclinic-Cubic Phase Transition and Negative Expansion in the Actinide IV (Th, U, Np, Pu) DiphosphatesWALLEZ G; RAISON Philippe; DACHEUX Nicolas; CLAVIER Nicolas; BYKOV DENIS; DELEVOYE Laurent; POPA Karin; BREGIROUX D.; FITCH Andrew; KONINGS RudyArticles in Journals
2012Triclinic-cubic phase transition in actinide diphosphates AnP2O7 (An=Th, U, Np, Pu). Structural investigation by synchrotron radiation and solid-state NMRWALLEZ G; POPA Karin; BREGIROUX D.; BYKOV DENIS; DACHEUX Nicolas; CLAVIER Nicolas; KONINGS Rudy; FITCH Andrew; DELEVOYE L.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos, et alContributions to Conferences
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