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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Absolute Isotope Amount Ratio Measurements on Gases Part I: Measurements of Isotope Amount Ratios - Basic TheoryVARLAM MIHAI; VALKIERS STAF; BERGLUND MICHAEL; GONFIANTINI Roberto; DE BIEVRE PaulArticles in Journals
2008Absolute Measurements of Isotope Amount Ratios on Gases Part II: Application of the Measurement Models Developed on Real GasesVALKIERS STAF; VARLAM MIHAI; BERGLUND MICHAEL; GONFIANTINI Roberto; DE BIEVRE PaulArticles in Journals
1997Adsorption in Gas Mass Spectrometry - I. Effects on the Measurement of Individual Isotopic Species.GONFIANTINI Roberto; VALKIERS Staf; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.Articles in Journals
1997Adsorption in Gas Mass Spectrometry. II. Effects on the Measurement of Isotope Amount Ratios.GONFIANTINI Roberto; VALKIERS Staf; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.Articles in Journals
2001Calibrated Sulfur Isotope Abundance Ratios of IAEA-S-1, IAEA-S-2, IAEA-S-3 Reference Materials, two Chinese Standards and V-CDT with a Reassessment of the Atomic Weight of Sulfur.DING Tiping; VALKIERS Staf; KIPPHARDT Heinrich; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.; GONFIANTINI Roberto; KROUSE RoyArticles in Journals
2002A Method to Induce and Assess Isotopic Equilibrium of Oxygen.AREGBE Yetunde; VALKIERS Staf; GONFIANTINI Roberto; NOERGAARD Joergen; TAYLOR P.d.p.Articles in Journals
1997Using Isotopic Disequilibrium of CO2 to Model Gas Adsorption in Mass Spectrometric Measurements.GONFIANTINI Roberto; VALKIERS Staf; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.Articles in Journals
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