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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Certification of the Sulfur Mass Fraction in Three Commercial Petrol Materials, ERM-EF211, ERM-EF212, ERM-EF213ANDRZEJUK W.; BAU' ANDREA; CHAROUD-GOT JEAN; DE VOS PAUL; EMTEBORG HAKAN; HEARN R.; LAMBERTY ANDREE; LINSINGER THOMAS; OOSTRA ALBERT; PRITZKOW W., et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Isotope Dilution with ICP-MS - Simplified Uncertainty Estimation using a Robust Procedure Based on a Higher Target Value of UncertaintyMAGNUSSON Bertil; TRESL IVAN; HARALDSSON ConnyArticles in Journals
2005Low Uncertainty Reverse Isotope Dilution ICP-MS Applied to Certifying an Isotopically Enriched Cd Candidate Reference Material: A Case StudyTRESL IVAN; QUETEL CHRISTOPHEArticles in Journals
2007Production of Three Certified Reference Materials for the Sulfur Content in Gasoline (petrol)LINSINGER THOMAS; ANDRZEJUK W.; BAU' ANDREA; CHAROUD-GOT JEAN; DE VOS PAUL; EMTEBORG HAKAN; HEARN R.; LAMBERTY ANDREE; OOSTRA ALBERT; PRITZKOW W., et alArticles in Journals
2005Reverse Isotope Dilution ICP-MS Procedure Applied to the Certification of an Isotopically Enriched Cd Candidate Reference Material. A Case Study.TRESL Ivan; QUETEL ChristopheArticles in Journals
2003Solution to Data Integration Poblems during Isotope Ratio Measurements by Magnetic Sector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer at Medium Mass Resolution. Application to the Certification of an Enriched 53Cr Materials by Isotope Dilution.TRESL Ivan; QUETEL Christophe; TAYLOR P.d.p.Articles in Journals
2004Validated Measurements of the Uranium Isotopic Signature in Human Urine Samples Using Magnetic Sector-Field Inductively Coupled Plasma MAss SpectrometryTRESL Ivan; DE WANNEMACKER Guenther; QUETEL Christophe; PETROV Ivan; VANHAECKE Frank; MOENS Luc; TAYLOR PhilipArticles in Journals
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