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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1999Changes in 5d Band Polarization in Rare-Earth Compounds.LANGRIDGE Sean; PAIXAO J.a.; BERNHOEFT N.; VETTIER C.; LANDER Gerard heath; GIBBS Doon; SOERENSEN Soren; STUNAULT A.; WERMEILLE D.; TALIK E.Articles in Journals
2014Distinct Magnetic Phase Transition at the Surface of an AntiferromagnetLANGRIDGE S.; WATSON G. M.; GIBBS Doon; BETOURAS J. J.; GIDOPOULOS N.; POLLMANN F.; LONG M. W.; VETTIER C.; LANDER G.h.Articles in Journals
1996Grazing-Incidence X-Ray Magnetic Scattering Studies of UO2(001) SurfacesWATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; MATZKE Hj.; GAULIN B.d.; BERMAN L.e.; ELLIS W.p.Contributions to Conferences
1997Near-Surface Effects at the Antiferromagnetic Phase Transition in Uranium PhosphideSTUNAULT A.; LANGRIDGE Sean; VETTIER C.; GIBBS Doon; BERNHOEFT N.Articles in Journals
1996Origin of the Second Length Scale Found above TN in UO2WATSON G.m.; GAULIN B.d.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; THURSTON T.r.; SIMPSON P.j.; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
1999Recent Highlights of X-Ray Magnetic Scattering Studies from Surfaces.WATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heathArticles in Journals
2000Resonant X-Ray Scattering Studies of the Magnetic Structure near the Surface of an Antiferromagnet.WATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; GAULIN B.d.; BERMAN L.e.; MATZKE Hj.; ELLIS W.p.Articles in Journals
1996An X-Ray Scattering Study of the Magnetic Structure near the (001) Surface of UO2WATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; GAULIN B.d.; BERMAN L.e.; MATZKE Hj.; ELLIS W.p.Articles in Journals
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