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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Activation Product Monitors of a Thermonuclear Fusion PlasmaJOHNSTON P.n.; GASPARRO Joël; HULT Mikael; BONHEURE GeorgesContributions to Conferences
2002Measurement of Low Levels of 26-Al from Meteorite Samples.JOHNSTON P.n.; HULT Mikael; ALTZITZOGLOU TimotheosContributions 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
2000Measurements of Activation Induced by Environmental Neutrons Using Ultra Low-Level Gamma-Ray Spectrometry.MARTINEZ CANET M.j.; HULT Mikael; KOHLER M.; JOHNSTON P.n.Contributions to Conferences
2002Thermal Neutron Fluence from Ultra Low Level gamma-Ray Spectrometry of Spoons Activated during JCO Criticality Accident at Tokai-mura in 1999.HULT Mikael; MARTINEZ CANET M.j.; JOHNSTON P.n.; KOMURA KazuhisaArticles in Journals
2001Ultra Low-Level gamma-Ray Spectrometry of Human Bone Samples.MARTINEZ CANET M.j.; HULT Mikael; JOHNSTON P.n.; LAMBRICHTS IvoContributions to Conferences
2003Ultra Sensitive Measurements of Gamma-ray Emitting Radionuclides using HPGe-detectors in the Underground Laboratory HADESHULT Mikael; GASPARRO Joël; JOHANSSON Lena; JOHNSTON P.n.; VASSELLI RobertoContributions to Conferences
2003Underground Measurements of Environmental Radioactivity: European ExamplesHULT Mikael; GASPARRO Joël; JOHNSTON P.n.; KOEHLER MatthiasContributions to Conferences
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