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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Characterization of alloy particles extracted from spent nuclear fuelCUI D.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; FORTNER J. A.; ERIKSSON L.; WRONKIEWICZ D.j.; SPAHIU K.Articles in Journals
2012Characterization of alloy particles extracted from spent nuclear fuelCUI Daqing; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; FORTNER J. A.; KROPF A. J.; ERIKSSON L.; WRONKIEWICZ D.j.; SPAHIU K.Articles in Journals
2009Corrosion of High Burn-up Structured UO2 Fuel in Presence of Dissolved H2FORS Patrick; CARBOL Paul; VAN WINCKEL Stefaan; SPAHIU K.Articles in Journals
2009Corrosion of Irradiated MOX Fuel in Presence of Dissolved H2CARBOL Paul; FORS Patrick; VAN WINCKEL Stefaan; SPAHIU K.Articles in Journals
2009High Burn-Up UO2 Fuel Corrosion under Reducing ConditionsFORS Patrick; CARBOL Paul; VAN WINCKEL Stefaan; SPAHIU K.Contributions to Conferences
2010Hydrogen Catalytic Effects of Nanostructured Alloy Particles in Spent Fuel on Radionuclide ImmobilizationCUI D.; LOW J.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; SPAHIU K.Articles in Journals
2009Hydrogen Suppresses UO2 CorrosionCARBOL Paul; FORS Patrick; GOUDER Thomas; SPAHIU K.Articles in Journals
2009Immobilization of Radionuclides on Iron Canister Material at Simulated Near-field ConditionsCUI D.; RANEBO Ylva; LOW J.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; PAN J.; SPAHIU K.Contributions to Conferences
2011Redox Processes affecting the spent fuel source-termWEGEN Detlef; CARBOL Paul; SEIBERT ALICE; GOUDER Thomas; PETERSMANN TOBIAS; PEHRMAN R.; TRUMMER M.; LOUSADA C.; JONSSON Mats; LOIDA A., et alContributions to Conferences
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