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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Anisotropic Magnetic Fluctuations in the 3-K AntiferromagnetsCACIUFFO ROBERTO; MAGNANI N.; SANTINI P.; CARRETTA S.; AMORETTI G.; BLACKBURN Elizabeth; ENDERLE M.; BROWN P.j.; LANDER GerardContributions to Conferences
2006Hidden Order and Low-Energy Excitations in NpO2SANTINI P.; CARRETTA S.; MAGNANI N.; AMORETTI G.; CACIUFFO RobertoArticles in Journals
2005The Low Temperature Heat Capacity of LaPO4 and GdPO4, the Thermodynamic Functions of the Monazite-type LnPO4 SeriesTHIRIET Catherine; KONINGS RUDY; JAVORSKY Pavel; MAGNANI N.; WASTIN FRANCKArticles in Journals
2005The Low Temperature Heat Capacity of LaPO4 and GdPO4, the Thermodynamic Functions of the Monazite-Type LnPO4 Series.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.; JAVORSKY P.; MAGNANI N.; WASTIN F.Articles in Journals
2005Octupolar Order in NpO2: a Specific Heat InvestigationMAGNANI N.; SANTINI P.; AMORETTI G.; CACIUFFO R.a.; JAVORSKY Pavel; WASTIN FRANCK; REBIZANT JEAN; LANDER GerardContributions to Conferences
2004Octupolar Order in NpO2: a Specific Heat Investigation.MAGNANI N.; SANTINI P.; AMORETTI G.; CACIUFFO R.; JAVORSKY P.; WASTIN F.Contributions to Conferences
2005Spherical Neutron Spin Polarimetry of Anisotropic Magnetic Fluctuations in UO2BLACKBURN Elizabeth; CACIUFFO Roberto; MAGNANI N.; SANTINI P.; BROWN P.j.; ENDERLE M.; LANDER GerardArticles in Journals
2006Spin Dynamics of Molecular NanomagnetsCACIUFFO Roberto; GUIDI T.; AMORETTI G.; CARRETTA S.; MAGNANI N.; SANTINI P.; MONDELLI C.Articles in Journals
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