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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997Anisotropic Magnetic Coupling in NpxU1-xPd2Al3, NpxU1-xRu2Si2.ZWIRNER Stefan; WAERENBORGH Joao carlos; WASTIN Franck henri; REBIZANT Jean; SPIRLET Jean claude; POTZEL W.; KALVIUS G.m.Contributions to Conferences
1997Electrical Resistance and Magnetic Properties of the Neptunium Monopnictides NpAs, NpSb and NpBi at High Pressures.ICHAS Valerie; ZWIRNER Stefan; BRAITHWAITE Daniel; SPIRLET Jean claude; REBIZANT Jean; POTZEL W.Articles in Journals
1997Magnetic Properties in NpGa3 at High PressuresZWIRNER Stefan; ICHAS Valerie; WAERENBORGH Joao carlos; POTZEL W.; KALVIUS G.m.; SPIRLET Jean claude; REBIZANT JeanArticles in Journals
1997Magnetic Structures of NpBe13 and NpPd2Al3.HIESS Arno; BONNET M.; BURLET P.; RESSOUCHE E.; SANCHEZ J.p.; BOUDAROT F.; WAERENBORGH Joao carlos; ZWIRNER Stefan; WASTIN Franck henri; REBIZANT Jean, et alContributions to Conferences
1996On the Influence of Transuranium Dilution in Well-Known U Heavy Fermion CompoundsWASTIN Franck henri; ZWIRNER Stefan; SERET Alain; WAERENBORGH Joao carlos; BEDNARCZYK Eugene, et alContributions to Conferences
1996On the Magnetic Interactions in Metal-Be13 CompoundsHIESS Arno; BONNET M.; BURLET P.; RESSOUCHE E.; SANCHEZ J.p., et alArticles in Journals
1998Pressure Effects on Magnetism in the Uranium and Neptunium Monopnictides.BRAITHWAITE Daniel; DEMUER A.; GONCHARENKO I.n.; ICHAS Valerie; MIGNOT Jacques, et alContributions to Conferences
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