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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2001SI-Traceable Certification of the Amount Content of Cadmium below the ng.g.-1 Level in Blood Samples by Isotope Dilution ICP-MS Applied as a Primary Method of Measurement.DIEMER Juergen; VOGL Jochen; QUETEL Christophe; LINSINGER T.; TAYLOR P.d.p.; LAMBERTY Andre; PAUWELS Jean
2004SI-Traceable Certification of the IMEP-12 Water Sample Combining Contributions from Different Reference Laboratories.PAPADAKIS Ioannis; KESSEL Ruediger; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; NORGAARD Jorgen; AREGBE Yetunde; DE SMET M.; SMEYERS P.; TAYLOR P.d.p.
2006SI-traceable Measurement of Methylmercury in Tuna by Species-specific Isotope Dilution with a 202Hg Isotopically Enriched Methylmercury Reference MaterialSNELL JAMES; QUETEL CHRISTOPHE
1997SI-Traceable Values for Cadmium and Lead in the Candidate Reference Material MURST-ISS A1 Antarctic Sediment by Combination of ICP-MS with Isotope Dilution.PAPADAKIS Ioannis; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.
1997Si-Traceable Values for Cadmium Concentration in the Water Samples of the IMEP-6.PAPADAKIS Ioannis; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.
1997Si-Traceable Values for Inorganic Components in Clinical Samples.OERNEMARK Ulf; ULDALL Adam; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; DE BIEVRE P.; TAYLOR P.d.p.
2000SIAP, vers une Approche Ecosystémique dans l'Aménagement des Ressources Halieutiques.BA Moctar; VAKILY Michael
2011SiC-Based Multilayer for Applications in Extreme Environment - H2 Generation PlantsVEGA BOLIVAR Claudia
1986Sicherheit und Risiko ( Die Bedeutung der Begriffe Sicherheit und Risiko in der Systemreihe). Teil IDITTERICH Kuno
1986Sicherheit und Risiko (Teil II) (Sicherheit und Risiko Dynamischer Systeme).DITTERICH Kuno
2010A "sick man" in EuropeMAMMONE Andrea; VELTRI GIUSEPPE
1989SIGMA-R, an Improved Version of the Delayed Neutron Counting Device for THTR Fuel Element VerificationBECKER Lothar; CORDANI Gianfelice; AGOSTINI Primo; CALDON Luigi; BERNEDE Michel; GUARDINI Sergio; JANSSENS A.; GALANTUCCI R.
1994Signal Enhancement and Interference Reduction in Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry with Argon/Trifluoromethane Mixed Carrier GasMOUSTY Francis; TRINCHERINI Pier renato
2011The Significance of Boric Acid during a LWR Severe Accident and the Repercussions for Experimental RepresentativityKISSANE Martin; BOWSHER B. R.; DROSSINOS Ioannis; POWERS D. A.; HUEBER C.
2005Significance of Standardized Assessment of Environmental Worry in Studies of Health Effects Associated with Exposure to Environmental OdorsRETHAGE Tobias; ZUR NIEDEN ANJA; GIELER Uwe; STILIANAKIS NIKOLAOS; EIKMANN THOMAS; HERR CAROLINE
2006Significant Light and Temperature dependent Monoterpene Emissions from European Beech (Fagus Sylvatica L.) and their Potential Impact on the European Volatile Organic Compound BudgetDIRNDORF Tamara; UWE Kuhn; L. Ganzeveld; G. Schebeske; P. Ciccioli; C. Holske; KOEBLE Renate; SEUFERT GUENTHER; JUERGEN Kesselmeier
2014Silica nanoparticle uptake induces survival mechanism in A549 cells by the activation of autophagy but not apoptosisJAKUB Nowak; DORA Mehn; NATIVO Paola; PASCUAL GARCIA CESAR; GIORIA Sabrina; OJEA JIMENEZ ISAAC; GILLILAND Douglas; ROSSI Francois
2006Silicio: Presente e Futuro del FVVIRTUANI ALESSANDRO
2006Silicio: Presente e Futuro del Silicio del FVVIRTUANI ALESSANDRO
2013Silicon carbide polytype characterisation in coated fuel particles by Raman spectroscopy and 29Si magic angle spinning NMRLOPEZ HONORATO EDDIE; BRIGDEN Clive; SHATWELL Robert; ZHANG Huixing; FARNAN I.; XIAO Ping; GUILLERMIER Pierre; SOMERS Joseph
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