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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1996Giant-Magnetoresistance Anomaly Associated with a Magnetization Process in UFe4Al8BONFAIT G.; GODINHO M.; ESTRELA P.; GONCALVES A. p.; ALMEIDA M.; SPIRLET Jean claudeArticles in Journals
1999Magnetic and Transport Properties of U2Pt2In Single Crystals.PEREIRA Laura cristina; ALMEIDA M.; ESTRELA P.; GODINHO M.; REBIZANT Jean; SPIRLET Jean claude; PINTO R.p.; AMADO M.m.; BRAGA M.e.; SOUSA J.b.Contributions to Conferences
2005Magnetic Properties of Stoichiometric NpFe4Al8GONCALVES A.p.; ALMEIDA M.; CARDOSO C.; GASCHE T.; GODINHO M.; BOULET Pascal; COLINEAU ERIC; WASTIN FRANCK; REBIZANT JEANArticles in Journals
1995Magnetic Properties of UFe10Si2 Single CrystalESTRELA P.; GODINHO M.; GONCALVES A. p.; ALMEIDA M.; SPIRLET Jean claudeArticles in Journals
2001Magnetic Structures of MFe4+deltaAl8-delta (M = Lu,Y).PAIXAO J.a.; RAMOS SILVA M.; WAERENBORGH Joao carlos; GONCALVES A. p.; LANDER Gerard heath; BROWN P.j.; GODINHO M.; BURLET P.Articles in Journals
1999Magnetization Density Distribution in U2Co2Sn.PAIXAO J.a.; PEREIRA Laura cristina; ESTRELA P.; GODINHO M.; ALMEIDA M.; PAOLASINI Luigi; BONNET M.; REBIZANT Jean; SPIRLET Jean claudeArticles in Journals
2005NpFe4Al8 : Evidence for an Anomalous Magnetization Process.GONCALVES A. p.; ALMEIDA M.; CARDOSO C.; GASCHE T.; GODINHO M.; WASTIN F.; BOULET P.; COLINEAU Eric; REBIZANT JeanArticles in Journals
1998Structural, Magnetic and Transport Properties of Single-Crystalline U2Pt2In.ESTRELA P.; PEREIRA Laura cristina; DE VISSER A.; DE BOER F.r.; ALMEIDA M.; GODINHO M.; REBIZANT Jean; SPIRLET Jean claudeArticles in Journals
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