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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Quando lo Statistico Sente Puzza di BruciatoCERIOLI Andrea; PERROTTA Domenico
2001Quantification of Airborne Fossil and Biomass Carbonylic Carbon by Combined Radiocarbon Analysis and LC-MS.LARSEN Bo richter; TUDOS A.; SLANINA J.; VAN DER BORG K.; KOTZIAS Dimitrios
2000Quantification of Cocoa Butter Equivalents in Mixtures with Cocoa Butter by Chromatographic Methods and Multivariate Data Evaluation.SIMONEAU Cathrine; LIPP Markus; ULBERTH F.; ANKLAM Elke
2008Quantification of Fault Trees Containing Mutually Exclusive EventsCONTINI Sergio
2007Quantification of Fault Trees Containing Mutually Exclusive EventsCONTINI SERGIO
2010Quantification of fundamental frequency drop for unreinforced masonry buildings from dynamic testsMICHEL C.; ZAPICO BLANCO Beatriz; LESTUZZI P.; MOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; WEBER F.
2013Quantification of gully volume using very high resolution DSM generated through 3D reconstruction from airborne and field digital imageryCASTILLO Carlos; ZARCO TEJADA PABLO JESUS; LAREDO Mario; GOMEZ Jose Alfonso
2003Quantification of Interfacial Segregation by Analytical Electron Microscopy.MUELLEJANS Harald
2007Quantification of Milk Fat i Chocolate Fats by Triacylglycerol Analysis using Gas-Liquid ChromatographyBUCHGRABER MANUELA; ANDRONI SIMONA; ANKLAM ELKE
2011Quantification of Protein Calibrants by Amino Acid Analysis Using Isotope Dilution Mass SpectrometryMUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; KRAL Radim; SCHIMMEL Heinz
2007Quantification of the Degree-of-isotopic-equilibrium of Carbon and Oxygen Isotopes in Mixtures of CO2 GasesVALKIERS STAF; VARLAM M.; RUSSE Katrin; BERGLUND MICHAEL; TAYLOR PHILIP; WANG J.; MILTON MARTIN; DE BIEVRE P
1998Quantification of the Expected Shelf-Life of Certified Reference Materials.LAMBERTY Andre; SCHIMMEL Heinz
2007Quantification of the Imperfectness of the Molecular Flow Conditions of the Gas Entering the Mass Spectrometer Ion Source for Ionization: Exemplified for CO2 Isotope Amount Ratio MeasurementsVALKIERS STAF; VARLAM MIHAI; KUEHN HEINZ
2006Quantified Area Risk Assessment: from the ARIPAR Methodology to the Related Software ToolsANTONIONI GIACOMO; BELLEZZA Furio; BINDA Massimo; CONTINI SERGIO; COZZANI Valerio; DONDI Clarissa; GIANNOTTI Eugenio; SPADONI GIGLIOLA
2014Quantifying anthropogenic mobilization, flows (in product systems) and emissions of fixed nitrogen in process-based environmental life cycle assessment: rationale, methods and application to a life cycle inventoryPELLETIER NATHANIEL; LEIP Adrian
2007Quantifying Environmental Effects for Different Device Technologies Based on Proposed Energy Rating StandardMAU Stefan; ZAMINI Shokufeh; BERGMAIR Bernhard; RUPPERT Eva; WILLIAMS Sheryl R.; ROY Jyotirmoy; BETTS Thomas R.; GOTTSCHALG Ralph; MUELLEJANS HARALD
2006Quantifying Geological Uncertainty for Flow and Transport Modeling in Multi-modal Heterogeneous FormationsFEYEN LUC; CAERS Jef
2010Quantifying the building stock from VHR optical satellite imagery for assessing disaster riskEHRLICH Daniele; ZEUG Gunter; GALLEGO PINILLA Francisco; GERHARDINGER Andrea; PESARESI Martino
2013Quantifying the Effects of Sustainable Urban Mobility PlansLÓPEZ RUIZ HÉCTOR GUILLERMO; CHRISTIDIS Panayotis; DEMIREL HANDE; KOMPIL MERT
2009Quantifying the Environmental Impacts of Biofuel Production: Knowns and UnknownsPORDER Stephen; BENTO Antonio; LEIP Adrian; MARTINELLI Luiz; SAMSETH Jon; SIMPSON Jon
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