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2005Activity Measurements of the Radionuclide CS-137 for the NMIJ, Japan and the IRMM, Geel in the ongoing Comparison BIPM.RI(II)-K1.Cs-137 and update of the KCRVRATEL G.; MICHOTTE C.; HINO Y.; WAETJEN UWEArticles in Journals
2005Activity Measurements of the radionuclide V134 for the IRMM, Geel, PTB, Germany, OMH, Hungary, LNE-LNHB, France and NMIJ, Japan in the ongoing Comparison BIPM.RI(II)-K1.Cs-134RATEL G.; MICHOTTE C.; WAETJEN UWE; JANSSEN H.; SZUECS L.; COURSOL N.Articles in Journals
2007BIPM Comparison BIPM.RI(II)-K1.Np-237 of Activity Measurements of the Radionuclide 237Np and Links for the 1998 Regional Comparison EUROMET.RI(II)-K2.Np-237RATEL G.; MICHOTTE C.; JANSSEN H.; KOSSERT K.; SIBBENS GOEDELE; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS; POMME STEFAAN; WOODS M.j.; JUDGE S.Articles in Journals
2010Comparison of Triple-to-Double Coincidence Ratio (TDCR) Efficiency Calculations and Uncertainty Assessments for 99TcZIMMERMAN B.e.; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; RODRIGUES D.; BRODA R.; CASSETTE P.; MO L; RATEL G.; SIMPSON B.; VAN WYNGAARDT W.; WÄTJEN C.Contributions to Conferences
1999Equivalence in Radionuclide Metrology.WOODS M.j.; REHER Dietmar fried rich georg; RATEL G.Contributions to Conferences
1998Portability of the Calibration of SIR of BIPM to Other Ionization Chambers for Radioactivity Measurements.WOODS M.j.; SIMPSON B.r.s.; RATEL G.Contributions to Conferences
2006Update of the ongoing Comparison BIPM.RI(II)-KI.Co-60 including Activity Measurements of the Radionuclide 60Co for the NMIJ, Japan and the IRMM (Geel)RATEL G.; MICHOTTE C.; HINO Y.; KEIGHTLEY John; WAETJEN UWEArticles in Journals
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