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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Integrated analysis of WWER-440 RPV weld re-embrittlement after annealingKRYUKOV ALEXANDER; DEBARBERIS Luigi; BALLESTEROS AVILA ANTONIO; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; BURCL Rudolf; ROGOZHKIN S.v.; NIKITIN Aleksandr; ALEEV Andrey; ZALUZHNYI Alexander; GRAFUTIN V., et alArticles in Journals
2011Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy Study of Materials for Reactor VesselsGRAFUTIN V.; PROKOPYEV E.; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; BURCL Rudolf; HAEHNER Peter; ZEMAN Andrej; ILUYKHINA O.; ERAK D; MOGILEVSKIJ M.; MYASYSHCHEVA G., et alArticles in Journals
2011Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy Study of Materials for Reactor VesselsGRAFUTIN V.; PROKOPYEV E.; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; BURCL Rudolf; HAEHNER Peter; ZEMAN Andrej; ILUYKHINA O.; ERAK D.; MOGILEVSKIJ M.; MYASYSHCHEVA G., et alArticles in Journals
2010Possibilities of Studying Nanoobjects in Porous Silicon and Silicon Substrates Irradiated with Protons by Positron Annihilation SpectroscopyBURCL Rudolf; GRAFUTIN V.; ILUYKHINA O.; MYASYSHCHEVA G.; PROKOPYEV E.; TIMOSHENKOV S.; FUNTIKOV Yu.Articles in Journals
2010Study of PRIMAVERA Steel Samples by a Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy TechniqueGRAFUTIN V.; ILYUKHINA O.; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; BURCL Rudolf; HAEHNER Peter; ERAK D.; ZEMAN AndrejArticles in Journals
2012Study of PRIMAVERA Steel Samples by Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy Technique II – Lifetime MeasurementsKRSJAK VLADIMIR; GRAFUTIN V.; ILYUKHINA O. V.; BURCL Rudolf; BALLESTEROS AVILA ANTONIO; HAEHNER PeterArticles in Journals
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