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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Disproportionation of Pu(IV) or a Two Step Mechanism - Redox Behavior of Pu(TV) in Acidic SolutionsWALTHER C.; CHO H.r.; MARQUARDT C.m.; NECK V.; SEIBERT Alice; YUN J.i.; FANGHAENEL THOMASContributions to Conferences
2004Fluorescence Spectrocopy on Protactinium(IV) in Aqueous Solution.MARQUART C.m.; PANAK P.j.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MORGENSTERN A.; WALTHER C.; KLENZE R.; FANGHAENEL T.Articles in Journals
2007Hydrolysis of Plutonium(IV) in Acidic Solutions - No Effect of Hydrolysis on Absorption-spectra of Mononuclear Hydroxide ComplexesWALTHER C.; CHO H. R.; MARQUARDT C. M.; NECK V.; SEIBERT Alice; YUN J.-I.; FANGHAENEL THOMASArticles in Journals
2007Investigation of the Hydrolysis of Plutonium(IV) by a Combination of Spectroscopy and Redox Potential MeasurementsYUN J.-I.; CHO H. R.; NECK V.; ALTMAIER M.; SEIBERT Alice; MARQUARDT C. M.; WALTHER C.; FANGHAENEL THOMASArticles in Journals
2009New Insights in the Formation Processes of Pu(IV) ColloidsWALTHER C.; ROTHE J.; BRENDEBACH B.; FUSS M.; ALTMAIER M.; MARQUARDT C. M.; BUECHNER S.; CHO H. R.; YUN J.-I.; SEIBERT ALICEContributions to Conferences
2008Site-selective Time-resolved Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Eu3+ in CalciteMARQUES FERNANDES M.; SCHMIDT M.; STUMPF Th.; WALTHER C.; BOSBACH D.; KLENZE R.; FANGHAENEL THOMASArticles in Journals
2006Solubility and Redox Equilibria of PlutoniumFANGHAENEL THOMAS; ALTMAIER M.; CHO H.r.; MARQUARDT C.m.; NECK V.; SEIBERT Alice; WALTHER C.; YUN J.i.Contributions to Conferences
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