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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Estimating the Uncertainty of Stability for Matrix CRMs.LINSINGER T.; PAUWELS Jean; LAMBERTY Andre; SCHIMMEL Heinz; VAN DER VEEN A.; SIEKMANN LotharArticles in Journals
2000Estimation of the Uncertainty of CRMs in Accordance with GUM. Application to the Certification of Four Enzyme CRMs.LINSINGER T.; PAUWELS Jean; SCHIMMEL Heinz; LAMBERTY Andre; VAN DER VEEN A.; SCHUMANN Gerhard; SIEKMANN LotharArticles in Journals
2001Homogeneity and Stability of Reference Materials.LINSINGER T.; PAUWELS Jean; VAN DER VEEN A.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; LAMBERTY AndreContributions to Conferences
2004Planning and Combining of Isochronous Studies of CRMs.LINSINGER T.; VAN DER VEEN A.; GAWLIK Bernd; PAUWELS Jean; LAMBERTY AndreArticles in Journals
2003Proceedings of a Workshop on "In Search of a Common Methodology on Damage Estimation", 23-24 May 2003, Delft (NL)VETERE ARELLANO Ana lisa; NORDVIK Jean-pierre; VAN DER VEEN A.Books
2000Uncertainty Calculations in the Certification of Reference Materials. 1. Principles of Analysis of Variance.VAN DER VEEN A.; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
2001Uncertainty Calculations in the Certification of Reference Materials. 2. Homogeneity Study.VAN DER VEEN A.; LINSINGER T.; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
2001Uncertainty Calculations in the Certification of Reference Materials. 3. Stability Study.VAN DER VEEN A.; LINSINGER T.; LAMBERTY Andre; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
2001Uncertainty Calculations in the Certification of Reference Materials. 4. Characterisation and Certification.VAN DER VEEN A.; LINSINGER T.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; LAMBERTY Andre; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
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