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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Phonons in UCoGa5METOKI N.; KANEKO K.; RAYMOND S.; SANCHEZ J.p.; PIEKARZ P.; PARLINSKI K.; OLES A.m.; IKEDA S.; MATSUDA T.d.; HAGA Y., et alContributions to Conferences
2007Pressure-Induced f-Electron Delocalization in the U-Based Strongly Correlated Compounds UPd3 and UPd2Al3: Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering and First-Principles CalculationsRUEFF J.-P.; RAYMOND S.; YARESKO A.; BRAITHWAITE D.; LEININGER Ph.; VANKO G.; HUXLEY A.; REBIZANT JEAN; SATO N.Articles in Journals
2006Probing the Coulomb Interaction of PuCoGa by Phonon SpectroscopyRAYMOND S.; PIEKARZ P.; SANCHEZ J.p.; SERRANO J.; KRISCH M.; DETLEFS B.; REBIZANT JEAN; METOKI N.; KANEKO K.; JOCHYM P.t., et alContributions to Conferences
2007Probing the Coulomb Interaction of PuCoGa5 by Phonon SpectroscopyRAYMOND S.; PIERKARZ P.; SANCHEZ J.-P.; SERRANO J.; KRISCH M.; DETLEFS B.; REBIZANT JEAN; METOKI N.; KANEKO K.; JOCHYM P., et alContributions to Conferences
2006Probing the Coulomb Interaction of the Unconventional Superconductor PuCoGa5 by Phonon SpectroscopyRAYMOND S.; PIEKARZ P.; SANCHEZ J.p.; SERRANO J.; KRISCH M.; JANOUSOVA Blanka; REBIZANT JEAN; METOKI N.; KANEKO K.; JOCHYM P.t., et alArticles in Journals
2011Understanding the Complex Phase Diagram of Uranium - the Role of the 5f StatesRAYMOND S.; BOUCHET J.; LANDER G.h.; LE TACON M.; GABARINO G.; HOESCH M.; RUEFF J.p.; KRISCH M.; LASHLEY J. C.; SCHULZE R., et alArticles in Journals
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