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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998The International Measurement Evaluation Programme (IMEP), Full Graphical of Results from IMEP-6, "Trace Elements in Water", on the Springer Verlag Web-site.VAN NEVEL Lutgart; TAYLOR P.d.p.; OERNEMARK Ulf; DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyrielArticles in Journals
1998The IRMM International Measurement Evaluation Programme IMEP IMEP-4 Trace Elements (Li, Cu, Zn) in serum.LAMBERTY Andre; SAVORY John; MOODY John r.; DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyriel; ROSMAN Kevin; GRAMLICH JohnArticles in Journals
1996Measurement Principles for Traceability in Chemical Analysis.DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyriel; KAARLS Robert; PEISER Steffen; RASBERRY Stanley d.; REED William p.Articles in Journals
2002Metrology in Chemistry: Status Report of Lithuania.GALDIKAS A.; SERAPINAS P.; PAPADAKIS Ioannis; DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyriel; TAYLOR P.d.p.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1999A New Measurement of the 241-Pu Half-Life Using Isotope Mass Spectrometry.DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyriel; VERBRUGGEN Andre leoArticles in Journals
1998Preparation and Certification of New Thorium Isotopic Reference Materials.RAPTIS Konstantinos; MAYER Klaus; HENDRICKX Frans karel; DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyrielArticles in Journals
1999A Primary Isotopic Gas Standard for Sulfur in the Form of SF6 with Système International d'Unités Traceable Values for Isotopic Composition and Molar Mass.VALKIERS Staf; KIPPHARDT Heinrich; DING Tiping; DAMEN Rene; DE BIEVRE Paul jan cyriel; TAYLOR P.d.p.Articles in Journals
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