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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1996Enhanced Exchange in the Itinerant Ferromagnet UFe2PAOLASINI Luigi; LANDER Gerard heath; SHAPIRO S.m.; CACIUFFO R.; LEBECH B.; REGNAULT L.p.; ROESSLI B.; FOURNIER J.m.Contributions to Conferences
1996Enhanced Exchange in the Itinerant Ferromagnet UFe2PAOLASINI Luigi; LANDER Gerard heath; SHAPIRO S.m.; CACIUFFO R.; LEBECH B.; REGNAULT L.p.; ROESSLI B.; FOURNIER J.m.Articles in Journals
1996Magnetic Excitations in the Itinerant Ferromagnet UFe2PAOLASINI Luigi; LANDER Gerard heath; SHAPIRO S.m.; CACIUFFO R.; LEBECH B.; REGNAULT L.p.; ROESSLI B.; FOURNIER J.m.Articles in Journals
1997Magnetic Sublattice Interactions in UFe4Al8.PAIXAO J.a.; LEBECH B.; GONCALVES A. p.; BROWN P.j.; LANDER Gerard heath; BURLET P.; DELAPALME A.; SPIRLET Jean claudeArticles in Journals
2000Neutron-Scattering Study of the Magnetic Structure of DyFe4Al8 and HoFe4Al8.PAIXAO J.a.; RAMOS SILVA M.; SOERENSEN Aa. s.; LEBECH B.; LANDER Gerard heath; BROWN P.j.; LANGRIDGE Sean; TALIK E.; GONCALVES A. o.Articles in Journals
1995Resonant X-Ray and Neutron Diffraction Study of USb0.8Te0.2NUTTALL W.g.; LANGRIDGE Sean; STIRLING W.g.; LANDER Gerard heath; LEBECH B.; VOGT O.Articles in Journals
2002(U1-xPux)Sb Solid Solutions. I. Magnetic Configurations.NORMILE P.s.; STIRLING W. g.; MANNIX D.; LANDER Gerard heath; WASTIN Franck henri; REBIZANT Jean; BOURDAROT F.; BURLET P.; LEBECH B.; COBURN S.Articles in Journals
1997Unusual Magnetic Interactions in Compounds with the ThMn12 Structure.PAIXAO J.a.; LANGRIDGE Sean; SORENSEN S.a.; LEBECH B.; GONCALVES A. p.; LANDER Gerard heath; BROWN P.j.; BURLET P.; TALIK E.Contributions to Conferences
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