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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Development of Quantitative Analytical Methods for the Control of Actinides in a Pyrochemical Partitioning ProcessABOUSAHL SAID; VAN BELLE PIETER; EBERLE HEINRICH; OTTMAR HERBERT; LYNCH BRIAN; VALLET Patrick; MAYER KLAUS; OUGIER MICHELArticles in Journals
2008In-field Timely and Accurate Measurements - Fundamental to Minimising Safeguards Issues in Reprocessing FacilitiesDUINSLAEGER LILY; CASTELEYN KARIN; CHARE Peter; MAYER KLAUS; VAN BELLE PIETER; ZULEGER EVELYN; SCHWALBACH Peter; DAHMS ECKHARD; DRINNHAUSEN OLIVIER; EBERLE HEINRICH, et alContributions to Conferences
2012Method development for the determination of alkali metals in samples from pyrochemical reprocessing using ICP-OES and comparison with sector field ICP-MS.KRACHLER MICHAEL; VAN WINCKEL Stefaan; CARDINALE Mariangela; LYNCH Brian; MURAKAMI TsuyoshiArticles in Journals
2007Nuclear Forensics Investigations with a Focus on PlutoniumWALLENIUS MARIA; LUETZENKIRCHEN KLAUS; MAYER KLAUS; RAY Ian; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS LAURA; BETTI MARIA; CROMBOOM OMER; HILD MARC; LYNCH BRIAN; NICHOLL ADRIAN, et alContributions to Conferences
2006The Safeguards On-Site Laboratory at La Hague June 2000 - June 2005 - Experience over Five Years of OperationRICHIR PATRICE; CASTELEYN KARIN; GUIOT ANTONY; HILD MARC; LE TERRIER ARNAUD; MILLET SYLVAIN; VAN BELLE PIETER; MAYER KLAUS; DRINNHAUSEN OLIVIER; DUINSLAEGER LILY, et alContributions to Conferences
2005The Safeguards On-Site Laboratory at La Hague. June 2000 - June 2005: Experience over Five Years of OperationRICHIR PATRICE; CASTELEYN KARIN; GUIOT ANTONY; HILD MARC; LE TERRIER ARNAUD; MILLET SYLVAIN; VAN BELLE PIETER; MAYER KLAUS; DRINNHAUSEN OLIVIER; DUINSLAEGER LILY, et alContributions to Conferences
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