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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013High resolution Magic Angle Spinning Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility for Actinides-bearing compoundsSOMERS Joseph; FARNAN I.; MARTEL LAURA; PAUVERT Olivier; SELFSLAG Chris; FANGHAENEL ThomasContributions to Conferences
2014High-Resolution Solid-State Oxygen-17 NMR of Actinide-Bearing Compounds: An Insight into the 5f ChemistryMARTEL LAURA; MAGNANI Nicola; VIGIER JEAN-FRANCOIS; BOSHOVEN Jacobus; SELFSLAG Chris; FARNAN I.; GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; SOMERS Joseph; FANGHAENEL ThomasArticles in Journals
2007The Management of Separated Plutonium: An IntroductionNUTALL W. J.; FARNAN I.; KONINGS RUDY; HAMILTON DavidArticles in Journals
2013A nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer concept for hermetically sealed magic angle spinning investigations on highly toxic, radiotoxic, or air sensitive materialsMARTEL LAURA; SOMERS Joseph; BERKMANN Christian; KOEPP Franz; ROTHERMEL Alfred; PAUVERT Olivier; SELFSLAG Chris; FARNAN I.Articles in Journals
2013Silicon carbide polytype characterisation in coated fuel particles by Raman spectroscopy and 29Si magic angle spinning NMRLOPEZ HONORATO EDDIE; BRIGDEN Clive; SHATWELL Robert; ZHANG Huixing; FARNAN I.; XIAO Ping; GUILLERMIER Pierre; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
2014Structure of UC2 and U2C3: XRD, 13C NMR and Exafs StudyCARVAJAL NUNEZ URSULA; ELOIRDI Rachel; PRIEUR DAMIEN; MARTEL LAURA; LOPEZ HONORATO Eddie; FARNAN I.; VITOVA T.; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
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