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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Orbital Bi-stripes in Highly Doped Bilayer ManganitesBEALE T.a.w.; SPENCER P.d.; HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; V. ZIMMERMANN M.; BROWN S.d.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.Articles in Journals
2005Probing Orbital Order with Soft X-rays - the Case of the ManganitesWILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; HATTON P.d.; PURTON P.d.; BENCOK P.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.Articles in Journals
2005Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering Investigation of Orbital and Magnetic Ordering in La0.5Sr1.5MnO4.WILKINS S.b.; STOJIC N.; BEALE T.a.w.; BINGGELI N.; CASTLETON C.w.m.; BENCOK P.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.; HATTON P.d.; ALTARELLI M.Articles in Journals
2005Resonant Soft X-ray Diffraction - in extremisHATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; JOHAL T.k.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.Articles in Journals
2005Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering Investigation of Orbital and Magnetic Ordering in La[sub 0.5]Sr[sub 1.5]MnO[sub 4]WILKINS S.b.; STOJIC N.; BEALE T.a.w.; BINGGELI N.; CASTLETON C.w.m.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.; HATTON P.d.; ALTRARELLI M.; BENCOK P.Articles in Journals
2005Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering: A new Probe of Charge, Spin and Orbital Ordering in the Manganites.HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; JOHAL T.k.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.Articles in Journals
2005Resonant Soft X-ray Scattering?A New Probe of Charge, Spin and Orbital Ordering in the Manganites.HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; JOHAL T.k.; PRABHAKARAN D.Articles in Journals
2004Soft X-Ray Resonant Magnetic Diffraction.HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; SPENCER P.; ROPER M.d.; LANDER Gerard; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.Contributions to Conferences
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