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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Certification of Cobalt in a Nickel Metal Reference Material for Neutron Dosimetry IRMM-521RROEBBEN GERT; TEIPEL KATHARINA; INGELBRECHT Christopher; LAMBERTY ANDREEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012The certification of the mass fractions of elements in pig kidney (ERM®-BB186)SNELL James; TEIPEL Katharina; SCHIMMEL HeinzEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The Certification of the Mass Fractions of Proximates and Essential Elements in Lyophilised Pork Muscle (ERM®-BB384)BERNREUTHER Alexander; CHAROUD-GOT Jean; DE VOS Paul; EMTEBORG Per; OOSTRA Albert; SCHIMMEL Heinz; STANISZEWSKA Maria; TEIPEL Katharina; ULBERTH FranzEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The Certification of the Mass Fractions of Proximates and Essential Elements in Rye Flour and Wheat Flour -- Certified Reference Materials ERM®-BC381 and ERM®-BC382BERNREUTHER Alexander; EMTEBORG Per; SCHIMMEL Heinz; STANISZEWSKA Maria; TEIPEL Katharina; ULBERTH FranzEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011A Mussel Tissue Certified Reference Material for Multiple Phycotoxins. Part 1: Design and PreparationMCCARRON Pearse; EMTEBORG Per; NULTY Ciara; RUNDBERGET Thomas; LOADER Jared I.; TEIPEL Katharina; MILES Christopher O.; QUILLIAM Michael; HESS PhilippArticles in Journals
2008Towards Less Manipulated Reference Materials for Food and Environmental AnalysisSHEGUNOVA PENKA; HELD Andrea; TEIPEL KATHARINA; CHAROUD-GOT JEAN; TUMBA-TSHILUMBA MARIE-FRANCE; BAU' ANDREA; EMTEBORG PERContributions to Conferences
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