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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2003Chemical Thermodynamic Representation of AmO2-x.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.Articles in Journals
2004The Heat Capacity of Cerium Orthophosphate CePO4, the Synthetic Analogue of Monazite.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.; JAVORSKY P.; WASTIN F.Articles in Journals
2009Helium Solubility and Behaviour in Uranium DioxideMAUGERI Emilio; WISS Thierry; HIERNAUT Jean-Pol; DESAI K.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; COLLE Jean-Yves; KONINGS Rudy; THIRIET C.Contributions to Conferences
2005The Low Temperature Heat Capacity of LaPO4 and GdPO4, the Thermodynamic Functions of the Monazite-Type LnPO4 Series.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.; JAVORSKY P.; MAGNANI N.; WASTIN F.Articles in Journals
2004Low Temperature Heat Capacity of PuPO4.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.; WASTIN F.Contributions to Conferences
2005Low-Temperature Study of Magnetic Ordering in Gadolinium Orthophosphate.THIRIET C.; JAVORSKY P.; KONINGS R. j. m.Articles in Journals
2014A mass spectrometry method for quantitative and kinetic analysis of gas release from nuclear materials and its application to helium desorption from UO2 and fission gas release from irradiated fuel.COLLE Jean-Yves; MAUGERI Emilio; THIRIET C.; TALIP ZEYNEP; CAPONE Franco; HIERNAUT JEAN-POL; KONINGS Rudy; WISS ThierryArticles in Journals
2005Phase Relations and Thermodynamic Studies for a Phosphate Matrix for Conditioning of ActinidesTHIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.Contributions to Conferences
2004Thermodynamic Studies for Conditioning Matrices Based on Monozite.THIRIET C.; KONINGS R. j. m.; JAVORSKY P.; WASTIN F.; VOET R.Contributions to Conferences
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