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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Comparison of the Leaching Behaviour of Irradiated Fuel, SIMFUEL, and Non-Irradiated UO2 under Oxic Conditions.SERRANO J.a.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; GLATZ Jean paul; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; QUINONES J.; DIAZ-AROCAS P.p.; GARCIA-SERRANO J.Articles in Journals
2000The EFTTRA-T4 Experiment on Americium Transmutation.KONINGS R. j. m.; CONRAD R.; DASSEL G.; PIJLGROMS B.; SOMERS J.; TOSCANO Enrique horacioArticles in Journals
1998Influence of Low Temperature Air Oxidation on the Dissolution Behaviour of UO2 and MOX Spent Fuel.SERRANO J.a.; GLATZ Jean paul; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; COQUERELLE Michel clementContributions to Conferences
2001Influence of Low-Temperature Air Oxidation on the Dissolution Behaviour of High Burn-Up LWR Spent Fuel.SERRANO J.a.; GLATZ Jean paul; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; BARRERO MORENO J. m.; PAPAIOANNOU DimitriosArticles in Journals
2000Investigation on Mechanisms of Corrosion Due to Impurities Diffusion by Direct Current Flow Discharge Mass Spectrometry Depth Profiling.ACTIS-DATO Louis olivier; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; BETTI Maria; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; MISERQUE F.; GOUDER ThomasArticles in Journals
2001Monitoring of Depth Distribution of Trace Elements by GDMS.ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; ACTIS-DATO Louis olivier; BETTI Maria; TOSCANO Enrique horacio; TOCCI U.; FUOCO R.; GIANNARELLI StefaniaArticles in Journals
2001Short-Time Creep and Rapture Tests on High Burnup Fuel Rod Cladding.GOLL W.; SPILKER H.; TOSCANO Enrique horacioArticles in Journals
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