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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Assessment of the Thermochemical Properties of Actinides in Molten ChloridesMASSET Patrick; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MALMBECK Rikard; REBIZANT J.; SERP J.; GLATZ Jean-PaulArticles in Journals
2004Electro-Chemical Reduction of MOX in LiCl.KURATA M.; INOUE T.; SERP J.; OUGIER M.; GLATZ Jean-paulArticles in Journals
2005Electrochemical Behaviour of Americium Ions in LiCl-KCl Eutectic Melt.SERP J.; CHAMELOT S.; FOURCAUDOT Serge; KONINGS R. j. m.; MALMBECK R.; PERNEL Carole; POIGNET J.c.; REBIZANT Jean; GLATZ Jean paulArticles in Journals
2004Electrochemical Behaviour of Plutonium Ion in LiCl-KCl Eutectic Melts.SERP J.; KONINGS R. j. m.; MALMBECK R.; REBIZANT Jean; SCHEPPLER C.; GLATZ Jean paulArticles in Journals
2005Electrochemistry of Uranium in the Molten LiCl-KCl Eutectic.MASSET P.; BOTTOMLEY D.; KONINGS R. j. m.; MALMBECK R.; RODRIGUES A.; SERP J.; GLATZ Jean-paulArticles in Journals
2005Electroseparation of Actinides from Lanthanides on Solid Aluminum Electrode in LiCl-KCl Eutectic Melts.SERP J.; ALLIBERT M.; LE TERRIER A.; MALMBECK R.; OUGIER M.; REBIZANT Jean; GLATZ Jean-paulArticles in Journals
2002Evaluation of Thermochemical and Electrochemical Data for the Pyrochemical Partitioning Process.KONINGS R. j. m.; MALMBECK R.; SERP J.Contributions to Conferences
2005Separation of Plutonium from Lanthanum by Electrolysis in LiCl-KCl onto Molten Bismuth Electrode.SERP J.; LEFEBVRE Philippe alain; MALMBECK R.; REBIZANT Jean; VALLET P.; GLATZ Jean paulArticles in Journals
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