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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Elemental Engineering: Epitaxial Uranium Thin FilmsSPRINGELL R.; LANDER G. H.; WARD R. C. C.; COWLEY R. A.; LING N.; GOETZE W.; AHUJA R.; LUO W.; JOHANSSON B.; DETLEFS B.Articles in Journals
2007Multi-k Magnetic Structures in USb0.9Te0.1 and UAs0.8Se0.2 Observed Via Resonant x-Ray Scattering at the U M4 EdgeDETLEFS B.; WILKINS S.b.; JAVORSKY Pavel; BLACKBURN Elizabeth; LANDER GerardArticles in Journals
2006Probing the Coulomb Interaction of PuCoGa by Phonon SpectroscopyRAYMOND S.; PIEKARZ P.; SANCHEZ J.p.; SERRANO J.; KRISCH M.; DETLEFS B.; REBIZANT JEAN; METOKI N.; KANEKO K.; JOCHYM P.t., et alContributions to Conferences
2007Probing the Coulomb Interaction of PuCoGa5 by Phonon SpectroscopyRAYMOND S.; PIERKARZ P.; SANCHEZ J.-P.; SERRANO J.; KRISCH M.; DETLEFS B.; REBIZANT JEAN; METOKI N.; KANEKO K.; JOCHYM P., et alContributions to Conferences
2008Resonant Magnetic X-ray Scattering in the Antiferromagnet Ce(Fe1-xCox)2PAOLASINI Luigi; DI MATTEO S.; DEEN P. P.; WILKINS S.; MAZZOLI C.; LAPERTOT G.; CANFIELD P.; DETLEFS B.Articles in Journals
2008Resonant X-ray Scattering Study of NpRhGa5 and NpCoGa5DETLEFS B.; CACIUFFO ROBERTO; PAIXAO J. A.; KANEKO K.; HONDA F.; METOKI N.; BERNHOEFT N.; REBIZANT JEAN; LANDER G.h.; WILKINS S.b.Articles in Journals
2007Spectral Line Shapes of U M2- and As K-edge Resonant X-ray Scattering in the Two Antiferromagnetic Phases of UAsNORMILE Peter; WILKINS S.b.; DETLEFS B.; MANNIX D.; BLACKBURN Elizabeth; BOUCHENOIRE L.; BERNHOEFT N.; LANDER GerardArticles in Journals
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