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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2008Optimization of the Sample Preparation Procedure for the Conversion of Enriched 28Si Single Crystal to Enriched Gaseous 28SiF4INKRET MONIKA; VALKIERS STAF; BERGLUND MICHAEL; MAJCEN NINETA; TAYLOR PHILIP; ZUPAN Jure
2005Optimization of the Separation of Metal-Binding Proteins by Size Exclusion- and Ion Exchange-HPLC.DE LA CALLE Beatriz; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela
2003Optimization of the Separation of Metal-Binding Proteins by Size Exclusion- and Ion-Exchange-HPLC.DE LA CALLE Beatriz; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela
1999Optimization of the Simultaneous Determination of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) by Ion Chromatography with Chemiluminescance DetectionDERBYSHIRE Michelle; LAMBERTY Andre; GARDINER Philip
2008Optimization Techniques for MIMO Radar Antenna SystemsMENDEZ DOMINGUEZ Elias; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim
2011Optimized Allylamine Deposition for Improved Pluripotential Cell CulturePUNZON QUIJORNA Esther; SÁNCHEZ VAQUERO Vanessa; MUÑOZ NOVAL Alvaro; GALLACH PÉREZ D.; CLIMENT FONT A.; CECCONE Giacomo; GAGO R.; GARCÍA RUIZ Josefa Predestinación; MANSO SILVAN Miguel
2009An Optimized Method for in Vitro Exposure of Human Derived Lung Cells to Volatile ChemicalsPARISELLI FABRIZIO; SACCO MARIA-GRAZIA; REMBGES DIANA
2014Optimizing energy window settings for microSPECT of 213BiDE SWART J; SEGBERS M; CHAN Ho-Sze; MORGENSTERN Alfred; KOELEWIJN S.j.; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; DE JONG Marion; BEEKMAN F.j.; KONIJNENBERG M.w.
2011Optimizing global CO emission estimates using a four-dimensional variational data assimilation system and surface network observationsHOOGHIEMSTRA P.b.; KROL M.; MEIRINK Jan Fokke; BERGAMASCHI Peter; VAN DER WERF G. R.; NOVELLI P.c.; ABEN Ilse; ROECKMANN Thomas
2014Optimizing labeling conditions of 213Bi somatostatin analogues for receptor mediated process in preclinical modelsCHAN Ho-Sze; DE BLOIS Erik; KONIJNENBERG M.w.; MORGENSTERN Alfred; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; BREEMAN Wouter; DE JONG Marion
2010Optimizing the Compacity of Ceramic MembranesGHIDOSSI R.; CARRETIER E.; VEYRET Damien; DHALER D.; MOULIN P.
2006Optimizing the Greenhouse-Gas Benefits of Bioenergy SystemsEDWARDS ROBERT; SCHLAMADINGER Bernard; TASK 38 (OTHER 14 MEMBERS) Iea
2007Optimizing the Use of Digital Airborne Images for 2.5D VisualizationKAY SIMON; SIMA ALEKSANDRA
2011Optimizing Tsunami Evacuation Plans through the Use of Damage ScenariosSCHEER Stefan; GUILLANDE Richard; GARDI Annalisa
2014Optimum sizing of PV-attached electricity storage according to power market signals - A case study for Germany and ItalyZUCKER ANDREAS; HINCHLIFFE Timothee
2006An Optimum Source Neutron Spectrum and Holder Shape for Extra-Corporal Treatment of Liver Cancer by BNCTMOSS RAYMOND; SAUERWEIN WOLFGANG; MALAGO MASSIMO; KLOOSTERMAN Jan Leen; VAN DER HAGEN Tim; VAN DAM Hugo; NIEVAART VICTOR ALEXANDER
2004Option s for Compiling an Inventory of Mining Waste Sites throughout EuropeSOMMER Stefan rolf; BIDOGLIO Giovanni; VIJDEA A. m.; PUURA E.; JORDAN G.; HAMOR Tamas; D ALESSANDRO Marco; PANAGOS P.; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc henri
2010Options to Reduce the Environmental Impacts of Residential Buildings in the European Union - Potential and CostsUIHLEIN Andreas; NEMRY Francoise; MAKISHI COLODEL Cecilia; WETZEL Christian; BRAUNE Anna; WITTSTOCK Bastian; HASAN Ivana; KREISSIG Johannes; GALLON Nicole; NIEMEIER Sigrid, et al
2013OPTWIMA: Comparing Knowledge-rich and Knowledge-poor Approaches for Sentiment Analysis in Short Informal TextsBALAHUR DOBRESCU ALEXANDRA
2005Orbital Bi-stripes in Highly Doped Bilayer ManganitesBEALE T.a.w.; SPENCER P.d.; HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; V. ZIMMERMANN M.; BROWN S.d.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.
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