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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1996Bis(cyclootatetraenyl)neptunium(IV).DE RIDDER Dirk; REBIZANT Jean; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; DORNBERGER ErnstArticles in Journals
1997Crystallization and X-Ray Structures of /NaYb(c5h5)3/ and Yb(C5H5)2APOSTOLIDIS Christos; DEACON Glen; DORNBERGER Ernst; EDELMANN F.t.; MAC KINNON P.; STALKE D.Articles in Journals
1997Homoscorpionates (Hydridotris(1-pyrazoly)borato Complexes) of the Trivalent 4f Ions. The Crystal and Molecular Structure of ((HB(N2C3H3)3)3LnIII, (Ln=Pr,Nd).APOSTOLIDIS Christos; REBIZANT Jean; VON AMMON R.; DORNBERGER Ernst; MUELLER J.; POWIETZKA B.; NUBER B.Articles in Journals
1996Oxo-Bridged Bimetallic Organouranium Complexes. The Crystal Structure of nu-Oxo-Bis[Tris(Cyclopentadienyl)Uranium]SPIRLET M.r.; REBIZANT Jean; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; DORNBERGER Ernst; POWIETZKA B.Articles in Journals
2000Structure and Properties of Hydrated La(III), Nd(III) and Er(III) Methanesulonates.ARICO E.m.; ZINNER L.b.; KANELLAKOPOULOS Basil; DORNBERGER Ernst; REBIZANT Jean; APOSTOLIDIS ChristosContributions to Conferences
2001Structure and Properties of Hydrated La(III), Nd(III) and Er(III) Methanosulfonates.ARICO E.m.; ZINNER L.b.; KANELLAKOPOULOS Basil; DORNBERGER Ernst; REBIZANT Jean; APOSTOLIDIS ChristosArticles in Journals
1997Structures of the Anhydrous Yb(III) and the Hydrated Ce(III), Sm(III) and Tb(III) Methanesulfonates.ARICO E.m.; ZINNER L.b.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; DORNBERGER Ernst; REBIZANT JeanArticles in Journals
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