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2002Analytical Methods for Thorium Determination. A Journey from Conventional Methods to Novel Applications.MAYER Klaus; OTTMAR Herbert; TAMBORINI Gabriella; RAY Ian leslie; THIELE H.Contributions to Conferences
2001Analytical Methods for Thorium Determination. A Journey from Conventional Methods to Novel Applications.MAYER Klaus; OTTMAR Herbert; TAMBORINI Gabriella; RAY Ian leslie; THIELE H.Contributions to Conferences
2003Microstructure Characterization of Irradiated Am-Containing MgAl2O4.WISS Thierry; KONINGS R. j. m.; WALKER Clive thomas; THIELE H.Contributions to Conferences
2005On the Burn-up Threshold and Temperature Limit for the Formation of the High Burn-up Structure in UO2 Nuclear Fuel.WALKER Clive thomas; BREMIER Stephane; MATZKE Hj.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; WISS T.a.g.; THIELE H.Articles in Journals
2001Optical and Transmission Electron Microscopy Examination of the Microstructure of Irradiated Beryllium Pebbles.RABAGLINO E.; RONCHI Claudio; THIELE H.Contributions to Conferences
2002Transmission Electron Microscopy Observation on Irradiation-Induced Microstructural Evolution in High Burn-up UO2 Disk Fuel.SONODA T.; KINOSHITA M.; RAY Ian leslie; WISS Thierry; THIELE H.; PELLOTTIERO Didier; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
2005Uranium Secondary Phase Formation during Anoxic Hydrothermal Leaching Processes of UO2 Nuclear Fuel.AMME M.; WISS Thierry; THIELE H.; BOULET P.; LANG H.Articles in Journals
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