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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Angular Distribution of Proton Leakage from a Fusion Plasma Using Ultra Low-Level Gamma-Ray SpectrometryGONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; HULT Mikael; BONHEURE Georges; ARNOLD Dirk; DOMBROWSKI Harald; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; WIESLANDER E.; VIDMAR T.; VERMAERCKE PeterContributions to Conferences
2006Characterisation of Synthetic Multi-element Standards (SMELS) Used for the Validation of k0-NAAVERMAERCKE Peter; ROBOUCH PIOTR; EGUSKIZA Mikel; DE CORTE F; KENNEDY G.; SMODIS B; MATSUE H; YONEZAWA F; LIN X; BLAAUW M, et alArticles in Journals
2011Does the Determination of Inorganic Arsenic in Rice Depend on the Method?DE LA CALLE GUNTINAS Maria Beatriz; EMTEBORG Per; LINSINGER Thomas; MONTORO R.; SLOTH J.; RUBIO R.; BAXTER M.; FELDMAN J.; VERMAERCKE Peter; RABER G.Articles in Journals
2008K0-NAA for the Determination of Trace Elements in a Synthetic Material: a Collaborative StudyVERMAERCKE Peter; ROBOUCH PiotrContributions to Conferences
2008Low-Level Gamma-Ray Spectrometry for Analysing Fusion Plasma ConditionsWIESLANDER JOHANNA; HULT MIKAEL; BONHEURE Georges; ARNOLD D.; DOMBROWSKI Harald; GASPARRO JOEL; LAUBENSTEIN M.; MARISSENS GERD; VERMAERCKE PeterArticles in Journals
2010Measurement of the Isotopic Composition of Germanium by k0-INAA and INAAVERMAERCKE Peter; HULT Mikael; VERHEYEN L.; FARINA ARBOCCO F.Contributions to Conferences
2011Monitoring the Leakage of 3.0 and 14.7 MeV Protons from a Fusion PlasmaGONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; HULT Mikael; BONHEURE Georges; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; MARISSENS Gerd; VERMAERCKE Peter; WIESLANDER E.; MURARI A.Articles in Journals
2006Quality System Implementation in Member States of the IAEAROSSBACH Matthias; GERARDO-ABAYA Jane; FEJGELJ Ales; BODE Peter; VERMAERCKE Peter; BICKEL MICHAELArticles in Journals
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