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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2003Analytical Methods for the Determination of Spirit Drinks.BRERETON Paul; HASNIP Sarah; BERTRAND Alain; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; GUILLOU Claude gualbertArticles in Journals
2004Determination of 3-Methoxypropane-1.2-diol and Cyclic Diglyceraols (by-Products of Technical Plycerol) in Wine by GC-MS.FAUHL Carsten; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; LOFTHOUSE Janice; HIRD Simon; BRERETON Paul; VERSINI Giuseppe; LEES Michele; GUILLOU Claude gualbertArticles in Journals
1998Etudes des Methodes de Determination de l'Acide D-Malique et de sa Teneur Naturelle dans des Vins Authentiques.GUILLOU Claude gualbert; RENIERO Fabiano; LUCCHINI F.; SERRINI Gianna; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; DROSS StridArticles in Journals
2000Fidelity of the Determination of the 13-C/12-C Isotopic Ratio of Ethanol of Wine.GUILLOU Claude gualbert; JAMIN Eric; MARTIN Gerard; RENIERO Fabiano; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; WOOD RogerArticles in Journals
1999Gas Chromatographic Determination of Volatile Congeners in Spirit Drinks: Interlaboratory Study.KELLY Janet; CHAPMAN Stephen; BRERETON Paul; BERTRAND Alain; GUILLOU Claude gualbert; WITTKOWSKI ReinerArticles in Journals
2000Method for the Determination of the 13-C/12-C Isotope Ratio of Ethanol in Wines by Isotopic Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS).GUILLOU Claude gualbert; RENIERO Fabiano; MARTIN Gerard; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; BLANCH Ana isabel; VERSINI Giuseppe; LEFEVRE Bernard; GOLDWIN GeraldArticles in Journals
2005Results from Two Inter-laboratory Comparison Tests Organized in Germany and at the EU Level for the Analysis of Acrylamide in FoodKLAFFKE Horst; FAUHL C.; MATHAR Wolfgang; PALAVINSKAS Richard; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; WENZL THOMAS; ANKLAM ELKEArticles in Journals
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