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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Determination of Boron Concentration in Blood and Tissue Samples from Patients with Liver Metastases of Colorectal Carcinoma using Prompt Gamma Ray Activation Analysis (PGAA)SCHMITZ Tobias; APPELMAN Klaas; KUDEJOVA Peter; SCHUTZ Christian; KRATZ J.v.; MOSS Raymond; OTTO G.; HAMPEL G.Articles in Journals
2004Determination of the 235U Content in Uranium Oxide Particles by Fission Track Analysis.STETZER Olaf; BETTI Maria; VAN GEEL Jacobus; ERDMANN N.; KRATZ J.v.; SCHENKEL Roland; TRAUTMANN N.Articles in Journals
2000Fluoride Complexation of Rutherfordium (Rf, Element 104).STRUB E.; KRATZ J.v.; KRONENBERG A.e.; NAEHLER A.; THOERLE P.; ZAUNER S.; BRUECHLE W.; JAEGER E.; SCHAEDEL M.; SCHAUSTEN B., et alArticles in Journals
2011Nuclear Forensics: A methodology applicable to Nuclear Security and to Non-ProliferationMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; GALY Jean; VARGA Zsolt; ERDMANN Nicole; BUDA RAZVAN; KRATZ J.v.; TRAUTMANN N.; FIFIELD F.Contributions to Conferences
2000Production of Monodisperse Uranium Oxide Particles and their Characterisation by Scanning Electron Microscopy and Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry.ERDMANN N.; BETTI Maria; STETZER O.; TAMBORINI Giordano; KRATZ J.v.; TRAUTMANN N.; VAN GEEL JacobusArticles in Journals
2009Resonance Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Ion Beam Sputtered Neutrals for Element- and Isotope- selective Analysis of Plutonium in Micro-particlesERDMANN Nicole; KRATZ J.v.; TRAUTMANN N.; PASSLER G.Articles in Journals
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