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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Effect of Temperature on Hybridization and Magnetism in U2Pd2Sn and U2Ni2In.NAKOTTE H.; EL KHATIB S.; CHRISTIANSON A.; VON DREELE R.b.; PROKES K.; SECHOVSKY V.; PEREIRA Laura cristina; SPIRLET Jean claude; REBIZANT JeanArticles in Journals
1996Hybridization Effects in U2T2X Compounds: Magnetic Structures of U2Rh2Sn and U2Ni2InNAKOTTE H.; PURWANTO A.; ROBINSON R.a.; PROKES K.; KLAASSE J.c.p.; DE CHATEL P.f.; DE BOER F.r.; HAVELA L.; SECHOVSKY V.; SERET Alain, et alArticles in Journals
2004Magnetic Moment Densities in Selected UTX Compounds.JAVORSKY P.; SCHWEIZER J.; GIVORD F.; BOUCHERLE J.x.; ANDREEV A.v.; DIVIS M.; LELIEVRE-BERNA E.; SECHOVSKY V.Contributions to Conferences
1999Magnetic Structure of U2Pt2Sn.PROKES K.; SVOBODA P.; KOLOMIETS A.; SECHOVSKY V.; NAKOTTE H.; DE BOER F.r.; WINAND Jean marc; REBIZANT Jean; SPIRLET Jean claudeArticles in Journals
2003Magnetization Densities in UPtAl - Experimental and Theoretical StudyJAVORSKY P.; DIVIS M.; GIVORD F.; BOUCHERLE J. x.; RUCZ J.; KUNES J.; LELIEVRE-BERNA E.; SECHOVSKY V.; ANDREEV A.v.; BOURDAROT F.Articles in Journals
2010Peculiarities of the magnetic-history-dependent phase in CePtSnPROKLESKA Jan; DETLEFS Blanka; SECHOVSKY V.; MISEK MartinArticles in Journals
2001U Ternaries with ZrNiAl Structure - Lattice Properties.HAVELA L.; DIVIS M.; SECHOVSKY V.; ANDREEV A.v.; HONDA F.; OOMI G.; MERESSE Yvane; HEATHMAN S.Articles in Journals
2003UPd3 under High Pressure - Lattice Properties.HEATHMAN S.; IDIRI M.; REBIZANT Jean; BOULET P.; NORMILE P.s.; HAVELA L.; SECHOVSKY V.; LE BIHAN TristanArticles in Journals
2003Uranium Form Factors in Selected UTX Compounds.JAVORSKY P.; OLSOVEC M.; SCHWEIZER J.; GIVORD F.; BOUCHERLE J. x.; SECHOVSKY V.; ANDREEV A.v.; LELIEVRE-BERNA E.Contributions to Conferences
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