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2000Comparative Performance Study of ICP Mass Spectrometers by Means of U "Isotopic Measurements".QUETEL Christophe; VOGL Jochen; PROHASKA T.; NELMS Simon; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.Articles in Journals
2001Contribution of ICP-IDMS to the Certification of Antimony Implanted in a Silicon Wafer - Comparison with RBS and INAA Results.PRITZKOW W.; VOGL Jochen; BERGER A.; ECKER K.h.; GROETZSCHEL Rainer; KLINGBEIL B.; PERSSON Leif; RIEBE G.; WAETJEN UweArticles in Journals
2000Contribution to the Certification of B, Cd, Mg, Pb, Rb, Sr and U in a Natural Water Sample for the International Measurement Evaluation Programme Round 9 (IMEP-9) Using Isotope Dilution ICP-MS.VOGL Jochen; QUETEL Christophe; OSTERMANN Markus; PAPADAKIS Ioannis; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; TAYLOR P.d.p.Articles in Journals
2001Evaluation of Detector Dead Time Calculation Models for ICP-MS.NELMS Simon; QUETEL Christophe; PROHASKA T.; VOGL Jochen; TAYLOR P.d.p.Articles in Journals
2000Producing SI Traceable Reference Values for Cd, Cr and Pb Amount Contents in Polyethylene Samples from the Polymer Elemental Reference Material (PERM) Project Using Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry.VOGL Jochen; LIESEGANG Delia; OSTERMANN Markus; DIEMER Juergen; BERGLUND Michael; QUETEL Christophe; TAYLOR P.d.p.; HEUMANN KlausArticles in Journals
2001SI-Traceable Certification of the Amount Content of Cadmium below the ng.g.-1 Level in Blood Samples by Isotope Dilution ICP-MS Applied as a Primary Method of Measurement.DIEMER Juergen; VOGL Jochen; QUETEL Christophe; LINSINGER T.; TAYLOR P.d.p.; LAMBERTY Andre; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
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