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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Analysis of a single hot particle by a combination of non-destructive analytical methodsHRNECEK Erich; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS Laura; CARLOS MARQUEZ Ramon; BIELEWSKI Marek; BETTI M.Contributions to Conferences
2006Can GDMS be used for the Charaterization of Nuclear Samples and the Determination of Actinides in Environmental Radioactively Contaminated Samples? (invited talk)BETTI MARIA; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS LAURA; HIMBERT JEROME; CARLOS MARQUEZ RAMONContributions to Conferences
2006Capillary Electrophoresis-Electrospray Mass Spectrometry and HR-ICP-MS for the Detection and Quantification of 10B-Boronophenylalanine (10B-BPA) for Boron Neutron Capture TherapyPITOIS Aurelien; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS LAURA; ZAMPOLLI A.; MENICHETTI L.; CARLOS MARQUEZ RAMON; LAZZERINI G.; CIONINI L.; SALVATORI P.; BETTI MARIAArticles in Journals
2006Characterisation and Source Term Assessment of Radioactive Particles from Marshall Islands Using Non-destructive Analytical TechniquesJERNSTROEM Jussi; ERIKSSON Mats; SIMON R.; TAMBORINI GABRIELE; BILDSTEIN Olivier; CARLOS MARQUEZ RAMON; KEHL S.r.; HAMILTON T.f.; RANEBO Ylva; BETTI MARIAArticles in Journals
2013Comparative assessment of the Pu content of MOX samples by different techniquesBUDA RAZVAN; CARLOS MARQUEZ Ramon; DAHMS Eckhard; D'AMATI Francesco; EMBLICO Lorenza; HORTA DOMENECH Joan; LE TERRIER Arnaud; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; MILLET Sylvain; MOREL Sylvain, et alContributions to Conferences
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