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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997Bury or Burn ? Plutonium, the Next Nuclear Challenge.VAN GEEL Jacobus; MATZKE Hj.; MAGILL JosephArticles in Journals
1995Comparison of DA and NDA Analtytical Methods for PuO2 in Nuclear Material SafeguardsCROMBOOM Omer; KOCH Lothar winfried; VAN GEEL Jacobus; MAYER Klaus; DE BIEVRE P.; OTTMAR HerbertContributions to Conferences
1997Das Europaeische Institut fuer Transurane. Neue Entwicklungen zur Sicherheit des KernbrennstoffkreislaufsSCHENKEL Roland; VAN GEEL JacobusArticles in Journals
2004Determination of the 235U Content in Uranium Oxide Particles by Fission Track Analysis.STETZER Olaf; BETTI Maria; VAN GEEL Jacobus; ERDMANN N.; KRATZ J.v.; SCHENKEL Roland; TRAUTMANN N.Articles in Journals
1998ITU Karlsruhe Goes East: Toward a Common Safety & Safeguards Culture.SCHENKEL Roland; VAN GEEL JacobusArticles in Journals
1998(Non-) Proliferation Aspects of Accelerator Driven Systems.MAGILL Joseph; PEERANI Paolo; VAN GEEL JacobusContributions to Conferences
1996The Plutonium Issue: Materials Science Aspects of Going MOX and Alternative SolutionsMATZKE Hj.; VAN GEEL JacobusContributions to Conferences
1998Proceedings of the Alpha-Immunotherapy Symposium, Karlsruhe (D), October 27-28, 1997VAN GEEL Jacobus; KOCH Lothar; JANSSENS WillemBooks
1998Production of Ac-225 and Application of the Bi-213 Daughter in Cancer Therapy.KOCH Lothar; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; JANSSENS Willem; VAN GEEL Jacobus; MOLINET RogerContributions to Conferences
2000Production of Monodisperse Uranium Oxide Particles and their Characterisation by Scanning Electron Microscopy and Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry.ERDMANN N.; BETTI Maria; STETZER O.; TAMBORINI Giordano; KRATZ J.v.; TRAUTMANN N.; VAN GEEL JacobusArticles in Journals
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