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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008EC Participation in the IEA HIA - Task 22FILIOU Constantina; ZLOTEA ClaudiaArticles in books
2008Hydrogen Desorption Studies of the Mg24Y5-H System: Formation of Mg Tubes, Kinetics and Cycling EffectsZLOTEA CLAUDIA; SAHLBERG Martin; OZBILEN SEDAT; MORETTO PIETRO; ANDERSSON YvonneArticles in Journals
2009Hydrogen Sorption Properties of a Mg-Y-Ti AlloyZLOTEA Claudia; SAHLBERG Martin; MORETTO Pietro; ANDERSSON YvonneArticles in Journals
2006Microstructural Modifications Induced by Hydrogen Absorption in Mg5Ga2 and Mg6PdZLOTEA CLAUDIA; ANDERSSON YvonneArticles in Journals
2009A Round Robin Characterisation of the Hydrogen Sorption Properties of a Carbon Based MaterialZLOTEA Claudia; MORETTO Pietro; STERIOTIS TheodoreArticles in Journals
2010Round Robin Hydrogen Sorption Performance Characterisation of Carbon Adsorbants, Complex and Metal HydridesMORETTO Pietro; ZLOTEA Claudia; WEIDNER EvelineContributions to Conferences
2013A Round Robin Test exercise on hydrogen absorption/desorption properties of a magnesium hydride based materialMORETTO Pietro; ZLOTEA Claudia; DOLCI Francesco; AMIEIRO Alvaro; BOBET Jean Louis; BORGSCHULTE A.; CHANDRA Dhanesh; ENOKI H; DE RANGO Patricia; FRUCHART Daniel, et alArticles in Journals
2009YMgGa as a Hydrogen Storage CompoundSAHLBERT Martin; ZLOTEA Claudia; MORETTO Pietro; ANDERSSON YvonneArticles in Journals
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