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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2003Discovery of Plutonium-Based Superconductivity.SARRAO J. l.; THOMPSON J. d.; MORENO N. o.; MORALES L.; WASTIN F.; REBIZANT Jean; BOULET P.; COLINEAU Eric; LANDER Gerard heathContributions to Conferences
2010Muon Spin Rotation/Relaxation Measurements of the Noncentrosymmetric Superconductor Mg10Ir19B16ACZEL A.a.; WILLIAMS Tim; GOKO T.; CARLO J.p.; YU W.; UEMURA Y.j.; KLIMCZUK TOMASZ; THOMPSON J. d.; CAVA R. J.; LUKE G.m.Articles in Journals
2002Plutonium-Based Superconductivity with a Transition Temperature above 18 K.SARRAO J. l.; MORALES L.; THOMPSON J. d.; SCOTT B. l.; STEWART G. r.; WASTIN F.; REBIZANT Jean; BOULET P.; COLINEAU Eric; LANDER Gerard heathArticles in Journals
2004Possible Pairing Mechanism of PuCoGa5 SuperconductorBANG Y.; BALATSKY V.; WASTIN F.; THOMPSON J. d.Articles in Journals
2004Structural Tuning of Unconventional Superconductivity in PuMGa5 (M=Co, Rh)BAUER E.d.; THOMPSON J. d.; SARRAO J. l.; MORALES L.a.; WASTIN Franck; REBIZANT Jean; GRIVEAU Jean-christophe; JAVORSKY P.; BOULET Pascal; COLINEAU Eric, et alArticles in Journals
2004Superconductivity in the Isostructural Heavy-Fermion Compounds CeMIn5 nd PuMGa5THOMPSON J. d.; SARRAO J. l.; WASTIN F.Contributions to Conferences
2010Superconductivity in the Rh-based Heusler Family MRh2SnKLIMCZUK TOMASZ; GOFRYK K.; WANG C. H.; ALLRED J.m.; RONNING F.; SADOWSKI W.; GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; COLINEAU Eric; SAFARIK D.; THOMPSON J. d., et alArticles in Journals
2004Superconductivity: PuCoGa5 to Diamond.THOMPSON J. d.; EKIMOV E.a.; MORALES L.; SARRAO J. l.; SIDOROV V.a.; WASTIN F.Contributions to Conferences
2004Superconductors Containing Pu: PuCoGa3 and Related SystemsTHOMPSON J. d.; SARRAO J. l.; MORTALES L.a.; WASTIN F.; BOULET P.Articles in Journals
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