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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Aspects of Sample Preparation for the Determination of Actinoids in Soil.HILL Christoph; BICKEL Michael; HOLMES Leigh; BOHNSTEDT Angelika; SIBBENS Goedele; ALTZITZOGLOU TimotheosContributions to Conferences
2004Characterisation of Reference Materials for Radioactivity with Assigned Values Traceable to the SI Units.ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; BICKEL Michael; BOHNSTEDT Angelika; DECAILLON J.g.; HILL Christoph; HOLMES Leigh; SIBBENS GoedeleContributions to Conferences
2001Current Research Activity in the Measurement of Thorium and the Identification of Future Research Needs.WHITE M. l.; HOWE A. m.; ROSEN P.; HOLMES LeighArticles in Journals
2001Determination of Thorium by ICP-MS and ICP-OES.HOLMES LeighContributions to Conferences
2004Measurements of 60Co in Spoons Activated by Neutrons during the JCO Criticality Accident at Tokai-mura in 1999.GASPARRO Joel; HULT Mikael; KOMURA Kazuhisa; ARNOLD D.; HOLMES Leigh; JOHNSTON P.n.; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; NEUMAIER Stefan; REYSS Jean louis; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee, et alArticles in Journals
2004Measurements of 60Co in Spoons Activated by Neutrons during the JCO Critically Accident at Tokai-mura in 1999.GASPARRO Joel; HULT Mikael; KOMURA Kazuhisa; ARNOLD D.; HOLMES Leigh; JOHNSTON Peter; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; NEUMAIER Stefan; REYSS Jean louis; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee, et alArticles in Journals
2001Standad Reference Materials for Thorium Analysis.HOLMES LeighContributions to Conferences
2005Validation of Methods for Strontium-90 Determination in Soil and Milk PowderBOHNSTEDT Angelika; HILL Christoph; HOLMES Leigh; ALTZITZOGLOU TimotheosContributions to Conferences
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