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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
201350 Years of Research at the Institute for Transuranium Elements in KarlsruheCACIUFFO Roberto; Fuger Jean; GLATZ Jean-Paul; KOCH Lothar; KONINGS Rudy; LANDER G. H.; LESSER Richard; MAGILL Joseph; MAYER Klaus; MORGENSTERN Alfred, et alBooks
2006Actinides - a Challenge for Nuclear Forensics (invited talk)WALLENIUS MARIA; ABOUSAHL SAID; LUETZENKIRCHEN KLAUS; MAYER KLAUS; OTTMAR HERBERT; RAY Ian; SCHUBERT ARNDT; WISS THIERRYContributions to Conferences
2000Activities of the Working Group for Destructive Analysis.MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2012Addressing Attribution - Advances in Nuclear ForensicsLUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; MAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; VARGA ZsoltContributions to Conferences
2002Age Determination of Highly Enriched Uranium. Separation and Analysis of 231Pa.MORGENSTERN A.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2000Age Determination of Plutonium Material in Nuclear Forensics by Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometry.WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2010Age determination of Uranium samples by Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry using Direct Measurement and Spectral DeconvolutionVARGA Zsolt; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2011Alternative method for the production date determination of impure uraium ore concentrate samples.VARGA Zsolt; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; HRNECEK ErichArticles in Journals
2002Analysis of 237Np in Spent Fuel Solutions.MORGENSTERN A.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; OTTMAR Herbert; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2011Analysis of Uranium Ore Concentrates for Origin AssessmentVARGA Zsolt; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; MEPPEN ManuelaArticles in Journals
2002Analytical Methods for Thorium Determination. A Journey from Conventional Methods to Novel Applications.MAYER Klaus; OTTMAR Herbert; TAMBORINI Gabriella; RAY Ian leslie; THIELE H.Contributions to Conferences
2001Analytical Methods for Thorium Determination. A Journey from Conventional Methods to Novel Applications.MAYER Klaus; OTTMAR Herbert; TAMBORINI Gabriella; RAY Ian leslie; THIELE H.Contributions to Conferences
2009Anion Analysis in Uranium Ore Concentrates by Ion ChromatographyBADAUT V.; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2013Applicability of Raman Spectroscopy as a Tool in Nuclear Forensics for Analysis of Uranium Ore ConcentratesHO MER LIN DORIS; MANARA Dario; VARGA Zsolt; BERLIZOV Andrey; FANGHAENEL Thomas; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2009Application of Lead and Strontium Isotope Ratio Measurements for the Origin Assessment of Uranium Ore ConcentratesVARGA Zsolt; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; KEEGAN Elizabeth; MILLET SylvainArticles in Journals
2014Application of Neodymium Isotope Ratio Measurements for the Origin Assessment of Uranium Ore ConcentratesKRAJKO JUDIT; VARGA ZSOLT; YALCINTAS Ezgi; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2000Application of Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometry for Oxygen Isotope Ratio Measurements in Uranium Oxide.PAJO L.; TAMBORINI Gabriella; MAYER Klaus; KOCH LotharContributions to Conferences
2009Atomic Detectives - An Introduction to Nuclear ForensicsMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS MariaArticles in Journals
2008Atomic Detectives at Work: Nuclear Forensic ScienceMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; LUETZENKIRCHEN KlausArticles in books
2012Attribution of uranium ore concentrates using elemental and anionic dataKEEGAN Elizabeth; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; VARGA Zsolt; RASMUSSEN GertArticles in Journals
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