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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Calibration of a CAMECA SX100 Microprobe for teh Measurement of Retained Xenon in Nuclear FuelsPÖMPL Philipp; BREMIER Stephan; LAHEURTE Frederic; HASNAOUI Rachid; WALKER CliveContributions to Conferences
2006Installation of a Shielded Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer for the Analysis of Irradiated Nuclear FuelsBREMIER STEPHAN; HASNAOUI RACHID; PORTIER Stephane; BILDSTEIN Olivier; WALKER CLIVEArticles in Journals
2008Investigation of the Relative Sensitivity Factor for the Quantification of Ion Mircoprobe for Nd Isotopes in Simulated Nuclear FuelBREMIER STEPHAN; HASNAOUI RACHID; WALKER CLIVE; PORTIER S.; BILDSTEIN O.Contributions to Conferences
2013Micro-analytical uranium isotope and chemical investigations of zircon crystals from the Chernobyl "lava" and their nuclear fuel inclusionsPOEML PHILIPP; BURAKOV Boris E.; GEISLER T.; WALKER Clive; GRANGE M.l.; NEMCHIN A.a.; BERNDT J.; FONSECA R.o.c.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; HASNAOUI RachidArticles in Journals
1999MoS2 Nanoparticle Formation in a Low Pressure Environment.ROSSI Francois; CECCONE Giacomo; HASNAOUI Rachid; STOFFELS Winfred; STOFFELS Ewa; KEUNE HartmutArticles in Journals
2008SIMS Analysis of 83Kr Implanted UO2PORTIER S.; BREMIER Stephan; HASNAOUI Rachid; BILDSTEIN O.; WALKER CliveArticles in Journals
2009SIMS Analysis of an UO2 Fuel Irradiated at low Temperature to 65 MWd/kgHMWALKER Clive; BREMIER Stephan; PORTIER S.; HASNAOUI Rachid; GOLL W.Articles in Journals
2009SIMS Analysis of Xe and Kr in a High Burn-up UO2 Nuclear FuelWALKER Clive; BREMIER Stephan; PORTIER S.; HASNAOUI RachidContributions to Conferences
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