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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2011Examining the regulatory value of multi-route mammalian acute systemic toxicity studiesSEIDLE Troy; PRIETO PERAITA Maria Del Pilar; BULGHERONI Anna
1987Examples of Integrated Use of the ECDIN Data Bank and Development of a Mathematical Model for Behaviour of Xenobiotic Compounds in an Activated Sludge ReactorJACOBSEN B. n.
2002Examples of quantification in XPS on 5f Materials.GOUDER Thomas; HAVELA L.
2013Excess heat capacity in liquid binary alkali-fluoride mixturesBEILMANN Markus; BENES ONDREJ; CAPELLI ELISA; REUSCHER Vivien; KONINGS Rudy; FANGHAENEL Thomas
2008Excess Properties of the (Ln2-2xCaxThx)(PO4)2 (Ln = La, Ce) Solid SolutionsKONINGS Rudy; WALTER Marcus; POPA Karin
2011Excitation functionfordeuteron induced nuclear reactions on natural ytterbium for production of high specific activity 177gLu in no-carrier-added form for metabolic radiotherapyMANENTI Simone; GROPPI Flavia; GANDINI Andrea; GINI Luigi; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; SIMONELLI Federica; BONARDI Mauro
2011Excitation functions and yields for cyclotron production of radiorhenium via natW(p,xn)181-186gRe nuclear reactions and tests on the production of 186gRe using enriched 186WGROPPI Flavia; BONARDI Mauro; PERSICO ELISA; MANENTI S.; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; SIMONELLI Federica; ALFASSI Z B
2008Excitation Functions and Yields for Re-186g Production by Proton and Deuteron Cyclotron IrradiationABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; GIBSON Peter; SIMONELLI Federica; BONARDI Mauro; GROPPI F; MANENTI S.; PERSICO E
2007Excitation Functions and Yields for Re-186g Production by Proton Cyclotron IrradiationBONARDI M L; PERSICO E; GROPPI F; MENAPACE E.; ZONA C; CANELLA L; MORZENTI S.; ABBAS KAMEL; HOLZWARTH UWE
2008Excitation Functions and Yields for Re-186g Production by Proton Cyclotron IrradiationPERSICO E; BONARDI M L; GROPPI F; CANELLA L; ZONA C; ABBAS KAMEL; HOLZWARTH UWE; GIBSON Peter; SIMONELLI FEDERICA; MENAPACE E
1998Excitation Functions of (n, 2n), (n,p), (n, np+pn+d), and (n, alpha) Reactions on Isotopes of Chromium.FESSLER Andreas; WATTECAMPS Eric desire; SMITH D.l.; QAIM S.m.
1998Excitation Functions of (n,2n), (n,p), (n,np+pn+d) and (n,alpha) Reactions on Isotopes of Chromium.FESSLER Andreas; WATTECAMPS Eric desire; SMITH D.l.; QAIM S.m.
1999Excitation Functions of the 50Cr(n, np+pn+d)49V, 58Ni(n,alpha)55Fe, 58Ni(n, alpha.p+p.alpha)54Mn and 62Ni(n,alpha)59Fe Reactions.FESSLER Andreas; QAIM S.m.
2005Excitation of Octupole-, Beta- and Gamma-Vibration Band Levels of 238U by Inelastic Neutron Scattering.MASLOV V.-m.; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; PORODZINSKIJ Yu. n.; GODDIO Claudia
2004Exercises d'Intercomparaison pour la Mesure du Dioxide d'Azote dans l'Air Ambiant par Tubes à Diffusion.GERBOLES Michel; BUZICA D.; AMANTINI Luciano; PLAISANCE Herve; MARFAING Helene
2012EXFOR as a comprehensive source of experimental reaction dataPLOMPEN Arjan
2010Exhaustive electrolysis for recovery of actinides from molten LiCl-KCl using solid aluminium cathodesSOUCEK Pavel; MALMBECK Rikard; MENDES Eric; NOURRY Christophe; GLATZ Jean-Paul
2013EXIOPOL - Development and illustrative analyses of a detailed global MR EE SUt/IOTTUKKER Arnold; DE KONING Arjan; Wood R.; HAWKINS Troy; LUTTER Stephan; ACOSTA Jose; RUEDA CANTUCHE JOSE; BOUWMEESTER Maaike C.; OOSTERHAVEN Jan; DROSDOWSKI Thomas, et al
2010Existing Methodologies and Tools for the Development and Implementation of Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAP)BERTOLDI Paolo; BORNAS CAYUELA DAMIAN; MONNI Suvi; PIERS DE RAVESCHOOT RONALD
2013Expand nuclear forensicsMAYER Klaus
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