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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007High Resolution Absorption Spectroscopy on Rare Earth Doped Insulating Materials: BaY2F8 and YAl3(BO3)4 Single Crystals and Sol-gel Silica GlassesBARALDI A.; CAPELLETTI R.; MAGNANI Nicola; MAZZERA M.Articles in Journals
2010Hindered Rotations Probed by Rare Earths in Crystals: Er3+ and Tm3+ in BaY2F8BARALDI A.; BUFFAGNI E.; CAPELLETTI R.; MAZZERA M.; MAGNANI Nicola; CARINI G; D'ANGELO G.Articles in Journals
2007Hyperfine Interactions in YAB: Ho3+ : a High Resolution Spectroscopy InvestigationBARALDI A.; CAPELLETTI R.; MAZZERA M.; MAGNANI Nicola; FOELDVÁRI I.; BEREGI E.Articles in Journals
2009Low-energy Spectrum of a Tm-based Double-decker ComplexMAGNANI Nicola; CACIUFFO Roberto; COLINEAU Eric; WASTIN Franck; BARALDI A.; BUFFAGNI E.; CAPELLETTI R.; CARRETTA S.; MAZZERA M.; ADROJA D. T., et alContributions to Conferences
2010Optical Spectroscopy of YPO4 Single Crystals Doped with Ho3+CAPELLETTI R.; BARALDI A.; BUFFAGNI E.; MAZZERA M.; MAGNANI Nicola; MARTIN RODRIGUEZ E.; GARCIA SOLE J.; BETTINELLI MarcoArticles in Journals
2010Rare Earth Crystal Field Spectra as a Probe of Librational Motions in BaY2F8 Solid State Laser CrystalsCAPELLETTI R.; BARALDI A.; BUFFAGNI E.; MAGNANI Nicola; MAZZERA M.Contributions to Conferences
2008Rare-earth as a Probe of Environmental and Electron-phonon Interaction in Optical Materials: High Resolution Absorption Spectroscopy and Theoretical AnalysisCAPELLETTI R.; BARALDI A.; BUFFAGNI E.; MAGNANI Nicola; MAZZERA M.Articles in books
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