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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2005Comparison of Dynamic Simulations with RBS Measurements of Low Energy Ion Implantation of Sb+ into Si02/Si SubstratesIGNATOVA V.; WAETJEN UWE; KATARDJIEV I.v.; CHAKAROV I.r.
2012A comparison of eight metamodeling techniques for the simulation of N2O fluxes and N leaching from corn cropsVILLA VIALANEIX Nathalie; FOLLADOR Marco; RATTO Marco; LEIP Adrian
2012Comparison of Electrical Modeling for CI(G)s Thin-film Solar Modules Operating Under Various Outdoor ConditionsWERNER BARBARA; HULD Thomas; KENNY Robert; ZDANOWICZ Tadeusz
2004Comparison of Energy Risks and Development of an Energy Risks Monitoring (ERMON) SystemKIRCHSTEIGER Christian; COLLI A.
2009Comparison of Environmental Impact and External Cost Assessment MethodsBENKO Tamas; DELGADO SANCHO Luis; MIZSEY Peter
2001Comparison of Fat Retainers in Accelerated Solvent Extraction for the Selective Extraction of PCBs from Fat Containing Samples.BJOERKLUND Erland; MUELLER Anne; VON HOLST Christoph
2011Comparison of fluorescence-enhancing reagents and optimization of laser fluorimetric technique for the determination of dissolved uraniumKÜTAHYALI Caren; COBOS Sabate joaquin; RONDINELLA Vincenzo
2008Comparison of Four Different Colorimetric and Fluorometric Cytotoxicity Assays in a Zebrafish Liver Cell LineBOPP STEPHANIE; LETTIERI TERESA
2011A Comparison of Fuel Cell Test ProtocolsBLOOM Ira; WALKER L. K.; BASCO J. K.; MALKOW Thomas; DE MARCO Giancarlo; TSOTRIDIS Georgios
2013A comparison of Fuel Cell Testing protocols – A case study: Protocols used by the U.S. Department of Energy, European Union, International Electrotechnical Commission/Fuel Cell Testing and Standardization Network, and Fuel Cell Technical TeamBLOOM Ira; WALKER L. K.; BASCO J. K.; MALKOW Thomas; SATURNIO Antonio; DE MARCO Giancarlo; TSOTRIDIS Georgios
1993Comparison of Fuzzy Sets: A New Semantic DistanceMUNDA Giuseppe; NIJKAMP Peter; RIETVELD Peter
2008Comparison of Gene Expression Profile Data of Atrazine, Flusilazole and Tamoxifen in Budding Yeast Saccharomyces CerevisiaeLETTIERI Teresa; MINUZZO Marco; SCANDROGLIO Marco; BIZZOTTO Elisa
2010Comparison of Global and Regional Land Cover Maps with Statistical Information for the Agricultural Domain in AfricaFRITZ Steffen; SEE Linda; REMBOLD FELIX
2006A Comparison of Global Estimates of Marine Primary Production From Ocean ColorCARR M.e.; FRIEDRICHS M.a.m.; ANTOINE A.; GENTILI B.; MOREL A.; ARRIGO K.r.; REDDY T.; ASANUMA I.; BEHRENFELD M.
2010Comparison of global inventories of CO emissions from biomass burning derived from remotely sensed dataSTROPPIANA Daniela; BRIVIO Alessandro; GREGOIRE Jean-Marie; LIOUSSE Catherine; GUILLAUME Bruno; GRANIER Claire; MIEVILLE Aude; CHIN Mian; PETRON G.
2010Comparison of Global Ocean Colour Data RecordsDJAVIDNIA Samuel; MELIN Frederic; HOEPFFNER Nicolas
2003Comparison of Global Sensitivity Analysis Techniques and Importance Measures in Probabilistic Safety Assessment.BORGONOVO E.; APOSTOLAKIS G. e.; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI Andrea
2013Comparison of growth and condition of European eels stocked as glass and farm sourced eels in lakes in the first 4 years after stockingSIMON Janek; DOERNER Hendrik; SCOTT ROBERT; SCHRECKENBACH K.; KNÖSCHE R.
2005A Comparison of High Accuracy Isotope Dilution Techniques for the Measurement of Low Level Sulfur in Gas OilsHEARN R.; BERGLUND MICHAEL; OSTERMAN Markus; PUSTICEK Nusa; TAYLOR PHILIP
2005A Comparison of High Accuracy Isotope Dilution Techniques for the Measurement of Low Level Sulfur in Gas Oils.HEARN R.; BERGLUND Michael; OSTERMANN M.; PUSTICEK N.; TAYLOR Philip
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