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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007Determinants of Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon Balance Inferred from European Eddy Covariance Flux SitesREICHSTEIN Markus; PAPALE Dario; VALENTINI Riccardo; AUBINET Marc; BERNHOFER Christian; KNOHL Alexander; LAURILA Tuomas; LINDROTH Anders; MOORS Eddy; PILEGAARD Kim, et al
1998Determinatiion of the Thermal Neutron Induced 41-Ca(n,p)41K and 41Ca(n,alpha)38Ar Reaction Cross-Sections.WAGEMANS Cyriel; BIEBER Ronald; GELTENBORT P.
2007Determination by Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry of the Absolute Isotope Amount Fractions of Oxygen and Nitrogen in Nitrous OxideVARLAM MIHAI; VALKIERS STAF; BERGLUND MICHAEL; TAYLOR PHILIP
2005Determination of (Fluoro) Quinolone Antibiotic Residues in Pig Kidney Using LC-MS/MS. Part I: In-House Validated MethodTOUSSAINT Brigitte; CHEDIN Mostafa; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela
2005Determination of (fluoro)quinolone Antibiotic Resideus in Pig kidney Using LC-MS/MS. Part II: Interncomparison ExcerciseTOUSSAINT Brigitte; CHEDIN Mostafa; VINCENT Ursula; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela
2005Determination of (fluoro)Quinolone Antibiotic Residues in Pig Kidney Using Liquid Chromatography-tandem Mass Spectrometry Part II: Intercomparison ExerciseTOUSSAINT BRIGITTE; CHEDIN MOSTAFA; VINCENT URSULA; BORDIN GUY
2005Determination of (fluoro)Quinolone Antibiotic Residues in Pig Kidney using Liquid Chromatography-tandem Mass Spectrometry. I. Laboratory-validated MethodTOUSSAINT BRIGITTE; CHEDIN MOSTAFA; BORDIN GUY; RODRIGUEZ Adela
2008Determination of 234U, 238U and 226Ra in Bottled Drinking Water by Alpha SpectrometryBENEDIK LJUDMILA; SPASOVA YANA; VASILE MIRELA; WAETJEN UWE
2006Determination of 235U Enrichment with a Large Volume CZT DetectorMORTREAU PATRICIA; BERNDT REINHARD
2013Determination of 239Pu, 240Pu, 241Pu, and 242Pu at femtogram and attogram levels - evidence for the migration of fallout plutonium in an ombrotrophic peat bog profileQUINTO FRANCESCA; HRNECEK Erich; KRACHLER MICHAEL; SHOTYK W.; STEIER P.; WINKLER Stephan
2010Determination of 240Pu/239Pu, 241Pu/239Pu, 242Pu/239Pu Isotope Ratios in Environmental Reference Materials and Samples from Chernobyl by Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry (TIMS) and Filament CarburizationJAKOPIC Rozle; RICHTER Stephan; KUEHN Heinz; AREGBE Yetunde
2011Determination of 3-MCPD Esters in Edible Oil - Methods of Analysis and Comparability of ResultsKARASEK LUBOMIR; WENZL Thomas; ULBERTH Franz
2004Determination of 3-Methoxypropane-1.2-diol and Cyclic Diglyceraols (by-Products of Technical Plycerol) in Wine by GC-MS.FAUHL Carsten; WITTKOWSKI Reiner; LOFTHOUSE Janice; HIRD Simon; BRERETON Paul; VERSINI Giuseppe; LEES Michele; GUILLOU Claude gualbert
1998Determination of 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural in Vinegar Samples by HPLC.THEOBALD Anne; MUELLER Anne; ANKLAM Elke
2000Determination of 90Sr in Aquatic Organisms by Extraction Chromatography: Method Validation.TORRES Barrado jose maria; LLAURADO M.; RAURET G.; BICKEL Michael; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; PILVIOE Riitta
2012Determination of a reference value, associated standard uncertainty and degrees of equivalence for CCRI(II) key comparison dataPOMME Stefaan
2009Determination of Acrylamide in Roasted Chestnuts and Chestnut-based Foods by Isotope Dilution HPLC-MS/MSKARASEK Lubomir; WENZL THOMAS; ANKLAM ELKE
2006Determination of Aflatoxin B1 in Medical Herbs: Interlaboratory StudyARRANZ HERNANDEZ ISABEL; SIZOO E.; EGMOND H; KROEGER KATY; LEGARDA T.m.; BURDASPAL P; REIF K; STROKA JOERG
2006Determination of Aflatoxin B1 in Tiger Nut-based Soft DrinksARRANZ HERNANDEZ ISABEL; STROKA JOERG; NEUGEBAUER L.
2000Determination of Aflatoxins with State of the Art Chromatographic Methods: Problems to Ov ercome.STROKA J.; ANKLAM Elke
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