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2007Conditions for Magnetism in Pu SystemsHAVELA Ladislav; JAVORSKY Pavel; WASTIN FRANCK; COLINEAU ERIC; GOUDER THOMAS; SHICK A.b.; DRCHAL V.Contributions to Conferences
2006Conditions for Magnetism in Pu SystemsHAVELA Ladislav; JAVORSKY Pavel; WASTIN FRANCK; COLINEAU ERIC; GOUDER THOMAS; SHICK A.b.; DRCHAL V.Contributions to Conferences
2007Conditions for Magnetism in Pu-based SystemsHAVELA L.; JAVORSKY P.; WASTIN FRANCK; COLINEAU ERIC; GOUDER THOMAS; SHICK A. B.; DRCHAL V.Contributions to Conferences
2006Electronic Structure and Nonmagnetic Character of Delta-Pu-Am AlloysSHICK A.b.; HAVELA Ladislav; KOLORENC J.; DRCHAL V.; GOUDER THOMAS; OPPENEER P.m.Articles in Journals
2006Electronic Structure of Delta-Pu - Theories and PES ExperimentsHAVELA Ladislav; GOUDER THOMAS; SHICK A.b.; DRCHAL V.Contributions to Conferences
2007Multiplet Effects in the Electronic Structure of Delta-Pu, Am and their CompoundsSHICK A.b.; KOLORENC J.; HAVELA Ladislav; DRCHAL V.; GOUDER THOMASArticles in Journals
2006Nature of Non-magnetic Strongly-correlated State in d-PlutoniumPOUROVSKII L.v.; KATSNELSON M.i.; LICHTENSTEIN A.i.; HAVELA Ladislav; GOUDER THOMAS; WASTIN FRANCK; SHICK A.b.; DRCHAL V.; LANDER GerardArticles in Journals
2006Reply to the Comment by O. Eriksson and J. M. Wills on "Nature of Non-magnetic Strongly-correlated State in Delta-plutonium"POUROVSKII L.v.; KATSNELSON M.i.; LICHTENSTEIN A.i.; HAVELA Ladislav; GOUDER THOMAS; WASTIN FRANCK; SHICK A.b.; DRCHAL V.; LANDER GerardArticles in Journals
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