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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2006Resonance Capture Cross Section of 207PbDOMINGO PARDO César; ABBONDANNO U.; N TOF COLLABORATION -
2008Resonance Ionisation Mass Spectrometry for Trace Analysis of Long-lived RadionuclidesERDMANN NICOLE; PASSLER G.; TRAUTMANN N.; WENDT K.
2009Resonance Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Ion Beam Sputtered Neutrals for Element- and Isotope- selective Analysis of Plutonium in Micro-particlesERDMANN Nicole; KRATZ J.v.; TRAUTMANN N.; PASSLER G.
2002Resonance Neutron Capture in 60Ni below 450 keV.CORVI Francesco; FIONI G.; GUNSING F.; MUTTI Paolo; ZANINI Luca
2012Resonance neutron-capture cross sections of stable magnesium isotopes and their astrophysical implicationsMASSIMI C.; KOEHLER P.; BISTERZO S.; COLONNA N.; GALLINO R.; GUNSING F.; KAEPPELER F.; LORUSSO G.; MENGONI A.; PIGNATARI M., et al
2010Resonance Parameters for 197Au + n below 200 eVMASSIMI C.; BORELLA Alessandro; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS CHRISTOS; MOXON M.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; VANNINI G.
2003Resonant and Non-Resonant Laser Ionization of Sputtered Uranium Atoms from Thin Films and Single Microparticles. Evaluation of a Combined System for Particle Trace Analysis.ERDMANN N.; BETTI Maria; KOLLMER F.; BENNINGHOVEN A.; GRUENING C.; PHILIPSEN V.; LIEVENS P.; SILVERANS R.e.; VANDEWEERT E.
2003Resonant and Nonresonant Laser Ionization of Sputtered Uranium Atoms from Thin Films and Single Microparticles. Evaluation of a Combined System for Particle and Trace Analysis.ERDMANN N.; BETTI Maria; KOLLMER F.; BENNINGHOVEN A.; GRUENING C.; PHILIPSEN V.; LIEVENS P.; SILVERANS R.e.; VANDEWEERT E.
2012Resonant Elastic X-Ray Scattering from 5f SystemsLANDER G. H.
2001Resonant Enhancements at Nonmagnetic Ions. New Possibilities for Magnetic X-Ray Scattering.MANNIX D.; STUNAULT A.; BERNHOEFT N.; PAOLASINI Luigi; LANDER Gerard heath; VETTIER C.; DE BERGEVIN F.; KACZOROWSKI D.; CZOPNIK A.
2003Resonant Magnetic Reflectivity from U/Fe Multilayers.BROWN S.; BEESLEY A.; HERRING A.; MANNIX D.; THOMAS M.f.; THOMPSON P.; BOUCHENOIRE L.; LANGRIDGE Sean; LANDER Gerard heath; STIRLING W. g., et al
2008Resonant Magnetic X-ray Scattering in the Antiferromagnet Ce(Fe1-xCox)2PAOLASINI Luigi; DI MATTEO S.; DEEN P. P.; WILKINS S.; MAZZOLI C.; LAPERTOT G.; CANFIELD P.; DETLEFS B.
1998Resonant Magnetic X-Ray Scattering in UPd2Si2 at the Uranium L2,3 Edges.WERMEILLE D.; VETTIER C.; BERNHOEFT N.; STUNAULT A.; LANGRIDGE Sean; DE BERGEVIN F.; YAKHOU F.; LIDSTROEM Erik; FLOUQUET J.; LEJAY P.
2007Resonant Magnetic X-Ray Scattering Study of KCuF3MAZZOLI C.; FABRIZI F.; DI MATTEO S.; PAOLASINI L.; DE BERGEVIN F.; BOMBARDI A.; CACIUFFO ROBERTO
2005Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering Investigation of Orbital and Magnetic Ordering in La0.5Sr1.5MnO4.WILKINS S.b.; STOJIC N.; BEALE T.a.w.; BINGGELI N.; CASTLETON C.w.m.; BENCOK P.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.; HATTON P.d.; ALTARELLI M.
2005Resonant Soft X-ray Diffraction - in extremisHATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; JOHAL T.k.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.
2005Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering Investigation of Orbital and Magnetic Ordering in La[sub 0.5]Sr[sub 1.5]MnO[sub 4]WILKINS S.b.; STOJIC N.; BEALE T.a.w.; BINGGELI N.; CASTLETON C.w.m.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.; HATTON P.d.; ALTRARELLI M.; BENCOK P.
2005Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering: A new Probe of Charge, Spin and Orbital Ordering in the Manganites.HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; JOHAL T.k.; PRABHAKARAN D.; BOOTHROYD A.t.
2005Resonant Soft X-ray Scattering?A New Probe of Charge, Spin and Orbital Ordering in the Manganites.HATTON P.d.; WILKINS S.b.; BEALE T.a.w.; JOHAL T.k.; PRABHAKARAN D.
1995Resonant X-Ray and Neutron Diffraction Study of USb0.8Te0.2NUTTALL W.g.; LANGRIDGE Sean; STIRLING W.g.; LANDER Gerard heath; LEBECH B.; VOGT O.
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