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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Electron Transport Studies of UCu5Al and U1-xThxCu5AlTRAN V.h.; GRIVEAU J.c.; TROC R.; REBIZANT Jean; WASTIN F.Articles in Journals
2003High Pressure Behaviour of NpTe.GRIVEAU J.c.; WASTIN F.; REBIZANT JeanContributions to Conferences
2005High Pressure Study on Americium MetalGRIVEAU J.c.; REBIZANT Jean; LANDER Gerard heathContributions to Conferences
2004Influence of Self-Irradiation Damages on the Superconducting Behaviour of Pu-Based Compounds.JUTIER F.; GRIVEAU J.c.; COLINEAU Eric; REBIZANT Jean; BOULET P.; WASTIN F.; SIMONI E.Contributions to Conferences
2004Magnetic and Electronic Properties of the Antiferromagnet NpCoGa5.COLINEAU Eric; JAVORSKY P.; BOULET P.; WASTIN F.; GRIVEAU J.c.; REBIZANT Jean; SANCHEZ J.p.; STEWART G. r.Articles in Journals
1999Magnetic and Transport Properties of NpNiSn.JAVORSKY P.; HAVELA L.; WASTIN Franck henri; GRIVEAU J.c.; BEDNARCZYK Eugene; REBIZANT Jean; SANCHEZ J.p.; VULLIET P.Articles in Journals
2004Pressure Dependence of the Superconductivity in PuCoGa5GRIVEAU J.c.; PFLEIDERER C.; BOULET P.; REBIZANT Jean; WASTIN F.Articles in Journals
2004Pressure Effects on PuMGa5 Systems (M=Co, Rh, Ir).GRIVEAU J.c.; BOULET P.; COLINEAU Eric; WASTIN F.; REBIZANT JeanContributions to Conferences
1999Static and Dynamic Magnetic Response of CeFe2.CACIUFFO R.; GRIVEAU J.c.; KOLBERG D.; WASTIN Franck henri; RINALDI D.; PANCHULA A.; CANFIELD P.c.Contributions to Conferences
2002Structural, Magnetic and Transport Properties of NpIrSn.JAVORSKY P.; HAVELA L.; WASTIN F.; GRIVEAU J.c.; REBIZANT Jean; LANDER Gerard heathArticles in Journals
2005Superconductivity in Americium Metal as a Function of Pressure: Probing the Mott Transition.GRIVEAU J.c.; REBIZANT Jean; LANDER Gerard heath; KOTLIAR G.Articles in Journals
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