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2014Cerium Dioxide, NM-211, NM-212, NM-213. Characterisation and test item preparationSINGH Charanjeet; FRIEDRICHS Steffi; CECCONE Giacomo; GIBSON Peter; JENSEN Keld Astrup; LEVIN Marcus; GOENAGA INFANTE Heidi; CARLANDER David; RASMUSSEN KirstenEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes, NM-400, NM-401, NM-402, NM-403: Characterisation and Physico-Chemical PropertiesRASMUSSEN Kirsten; MAST Jan; DE TEMMERMAN Pieter-Jan; VERLEYSEN Eveline; WAEGENEERS Nadia; VAN STEEN Frederic; PIZZOLON Jean Christophe; DE TEMMERMAN Ludwig; VAN DOREN Elke; JENSEN Keld Astrup, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011NM-Series of Representative Manufactured Nanomaterials - Zinc Oxide NM-110, NM-111, NM-112, NM-113: Characterisation and Test Item PreparationSINGH Charanjeet; FRIEDRICHS Steffi; LEVIN Michael; BIRKEDAL Rene; JENSEN Keld Astrup; POJANA Giulio; WOHLLEBEN Wendel; SCHULTE Stefan; WIENCH Karin; TURNEY T, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Synthetic Amorphous Silicon Dioxide (NM-200, NM-201, NM-202, NM-203, NM-204): Characterisation and Physico-Chemical PropertiesRASMUSSEN Kirsten; MECH AGNIESZKA; MAST Jan; DE TEMMERMAN Pieter-Jan; WAEGENEERS Nadia; VAN STEEN Frederic; PIZZOLON Jean Christophe; DE TEMMERMAN Ludwig; VAN DOREN Elke; JENSEN Keld Astrup, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Titanium Dioxide, NM-100, NM-101, NM-102, NM-103, NM-104, NM-105: Characterisation and Physico-Chemical PropertiesRASMUSSEN Kirsten; MAST Jan; DE TEMMERMAN Pieter-Jan; VERLEYSEN Eveline; WAEGENEERS Nadia; VAN STEEN Frederic; PIZZOLON Jean Christophe; DE TEMMERMAN Ludwig; VAN DOREN Elke; JENSEN Keld Astrup, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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