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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Bulk Properties and Photoelectron Spectroscopy of the ζ - U-Pu PhaseHAVELA L; ADAMSKA A. M.; ELOIRDI Rachel; COLINEAU Eric; GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER Frank; BOUEXIERE Daniel; SHICK A.b.Articles in Journals
2011Characterization of U-based Thin Films - the UFe2+x CaseKIM-NGAN Nhu-T H; HAVELA L; ADAMSKA A. M.; DANIS S.; PESICKA J; MACL J; ELOIRDI Rachel; HUBER Frank; GOUDER Thomas; BALOGH A.g.Contributions to Conferences
2007Comparative Photoemission Study of Actinide (Am, Pu, Np and U) Metals, Nitrides, and HydridesGOUDER THOMAS; SEIBERT Alice; REBIZANT JEAN; HUBER FRANK; HAVELA L.Contributions to Conferences
2010Development of Fuel-model Interfaces: Chracterization of Pd Containing UO2 Thin FilmsSTUMPF Silvia; SEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER Frank; WISS Thierry; ROEMER J.; DENECKE M. A.Articles in Journals
2009Development of Fuel-model Interfaces: Investigations by XPS, TEM, SEM and AFMSTUMPF Silvia; SEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER Frank; WISS Thierry; RÖMER J.Contributions to Conferences
2011Dilution Effect on the U 5 f States in Au Matrix:A Photoemission Spectroscopy StudyELOIRDI Rachel; GOUDER Thomas; WASTIN Franck; HUBER Frank; SHIK ALEXANDER; KOLORENC JindrichArticles in Journals
2008Electronic Structure of Pu Carbides: Photoelectron SpectroscopyGOUDER THOMAS; HAVELA L.; SHICK A. B.; HUBER FRANKContributions to Conferences
2006Electronic Structure of the Americium Monopnictides - Ab Initio Calculations and Photoemission ExperimentsGOSH D.b.; DE S.k.; OPPENEER P.m.; GOUDER THOMAS; BROOKS Michael; WASTIN FRANCK; HUBER FRANK; REBIZANT JEANContributions to Conferences
2005Electronic Structure of the Americium Monopnictides: Ab Initio Calculations and Photoemission ExperimentsGOSH D.b.; DE S.k.; OPPENEER P.m.; GOUDER THOMAS; BROOKS Michael; WASTIN FRANCK; HUBER FRANK; REBIZANT JEANContributions to Conferences
2009Formation and Stability of Actinide Oxides: A Valence Band Photoemission StudySEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER FrankContributions to Conferences
2009Formation and Stability of Actinide Oxides: a Valence Band Photoemission StudySEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER FrankArticles in Journals
2010Interaction of PuO2 Thin Films with WaterSEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER FrankContributions to Conferences
2005Multiplet Structure in Pu based Compounds - A Photoemission Case Study of PuSix (0.5 <x <2) FilmsGOUDER THOMAS; ELOIRDI RACHEL; REBIZANT JEAN; BOULET Pascal; HUBER FRANKArticles in Journals
2006A Photoelectron Spectroscopy Investigation of the Early Stages of Neptunium OxidationNEVITT P.; CARLEY A.; ROUSSEL P.; GOUDER THOMAS; HUBER FRANKContributions to Conferences
2008Photoelectron Spectroscopy of NpPd3 and PuPd3LE M. D.; WALKER H. C.; MC EWEN K. A.; GOUDER THOMAS; HUBER FRANK; WASTIN FRANCKArticles in Journals
2009Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study of PuCoGa5 Thin FilmsELOIRDI Rachel; HAVELA L.; GOUDER Thomas; SHICK A. B.; REBIZANT J.; HUBER Frank; CACIUFFO RobertoContributions to Conferences
2005Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study of the Surface Reactivity of Neptunium: Oxygen and CO Adsorption ExperimentsNEVITT P.; CARLEY A.; ROUSSEL P.; GOUDER THOMAS; HUBER FRANKContributions to Conferences
2005Photoemission Study of the Electronic Structure of Am, AmN, AmSb, and Am2O3FilmsGOUDER THOMAS; OPPENEER P.m.; HUBER FRANK; WASTIN FRANCK; REBIZANT JEANArticles in Journals
2006A Photoemission Study of the Oxidation of the Light ActinidesNEVITT P.; ROUSSEL P.; GOUDER THOMAS; HUBER FRANK; CARLEY A.Contributions to Conferences
2005Photoemission Study of UxM100-x Films (M=Au,Pd,Ag) Prepared by Sputter Co-DepositionELOIRDI RACHEL; GOUDER THOMAS; WASTIN FRANCK; REBIZANT JEAN; HUBER FRANKContributions to Conferences
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