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2013Analysis of the anisotropy, stoichiometry and polytypes in pyrolytic carbon and silicon carbide coatingsLOPEZ HONORATO EDDIE; ZHANG Huixing; SHATWELL Robert; GUILLERMIER Pierre; MANARA Dario; XIAO Ping; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
2011Characterisation of the anisotropy of pyrolytic carbon coatings and the graphite matrix in fuel compactsLOPEZ HONORATO EDDIE; BOSHOVEN Jacobus; MEADOWS Phillippa Jill; MANARA Dario; GUILLERMIER Pierre; JÜHE Stephan; XIAO P.; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
2012Characterisation of the anisotropy of pyrolytic carbon coatings and the graphite matrix in fuel compacts by two modulator generalised ellipsometry and selected area electron diffractionLOPEZ HONORATO EDDIE; BOSHOVEN Jacobus; MEADOWS Phillippa Jill; MANARA Dario; GUILLERMIER Pierre; JUEHE S.; XIAO P.; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
2008High Temperature Reactor Fuel Technology in RAPHAEL European ProjectDE GROOT Sander; GUILLERMIER Pierre; CHAROLLAIS Francois; MICHEL Frederic; BOTTOMLEY Paul; HIERNAUT Jean-Pierre; FUETTERER Michael; VERFONDERN Karl; ABRAM Timothy; KISSANE Martin, et alContributions to Conferences
2006High-Temperature Reactor Fuel Technology in the European Projects HTR-F1 and RAPHAELCHAROLLAIS Francois; BAKKER KLAAS; OBRY Patrick; SHIHAB Sammy; GUILLERMIER Pierre; ABRAM Tim; WERNER Heinz; KISSANE Martin; TOSCANO ENRIQUE; FUETTERER MICHAEL, et alContributions to Conferences
2013Silicon carbide polytype characterisation in coated fuel particles by Raman spectroscopy and 29Si magic angle spinning NMRLOPEZ HONORATO EDDIE; BRIGDEN Clive; SHATWELL Robert; ZHANG Huixing; FARNAN I.; XIAO Ping; GUILLERMIER Pierre; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
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