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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2008The High-temperature Behaviour of PuPO4 Monazite and Some Other Related CompoundsJARDIN R.; RAISON Philippe; BOUEXIERE Daniel; KONINGS Rudy; POPA Karin; PAVEL C.; SANTA-CRUZ H.
2007High-temperature Calorimetry of (La1-xLnx)PO4 Solid SolutionsPOPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; GEISLER T.
2009High-Temperature Heat Capacity of Gd-pyrochlore (Gd2Ti2O7)JANSSEN A.; POEML PHILIPP; BENES ONDREJ; GEISLER T.; KONINGS Rudy
2006The High-temperature Heat Capacity of LnPO4(Ln = La, Ce, Gd) by Drop CalorimetryPOPA Karin; SEDMIDUBSKY D.; BENES O.; THIRIET Catherine; KONINGS RUDY
2009The High-temperature Heat Capacity of the (Li,Na)F Liquid SolutionBENES Ondrej; KONINGS Rudy; KÜNZEL Carsten; SIERIG Mark; DOCKENDORF Alexandre; VLAHOVIC Luka
2009The High-temperature Heat Capacity of ThPd3 and UPd3BENES Ondrej; JARDIN R.; KONINGS Rudy; COLINEAU Eric; WASTIN Franck; MAGNANI Nicola
2006High-temperature Heat Capacity of Zirconolite (CaZrTi2O7)POEML Philipp; GEISLER T.; KONINGS RUDY
2007High-temperature Investigations of the Rare Earth NZP Phospates R1/3Zr2(PO4)3 (R=La,Nd,Eu,Lu) by Drop CalorimetryBYKOV Denis; KONINGS RUDY; ORLOVA A.i.
2010High-Temperature Reactor Fuel element Characterization with the Küfa DeviceKELLERBAUER ALBAN; BOTTOMLEY Paul; FREIS Daniel; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; VAN UFFELEN Paul
2006High-Temperature Reactor Fuel Technology in the European Projects HTR-F1 and RAPHAELCHAROLLAIS Francois; BAKKER KLAAS; OBRY Patrick; SHIHAB Sammy; GUILLERMIER Pierre; ABRAM Tim; WERNER Heinz; KISSANE Martin; TOSCANO ENRIQUE; FUETTERER MICHAEL, et al
2012High-Temperature Thermodynamics at the Institute for Transuranium Elements of Karlsruhe (Germany): Experiments and ModellingMANARA Dario
2008High-temperature Thermodynamics by Laser-vaporization Mass Spectrometry: an Approach Based on Statistical MechanicsBELLONI Fabio; MANARA DARIO; PFLIEGER R.; COLLE JEAN-YVES; RONDINELLA VINCENZO
2013High-Voltage Direct-Current TransmissionRUBERG Sven; L'ABBATE Angelo; FULLI Gianluca; PURVINS Arturs
2008Higher Education Rankings: Robustness Issues and Critical AssessmentSAISANA Michaela; D'HOMBRES Beatrice
2004Higher Order Speciation Effects on Plutonium L3 X-Ray Absorption near Edge Spectra.CONRADSON S.d.; ABNEY K.d.; BEGG B.d.; BRADY E.d.; CLARK D.l.; DEN AUWER C.; DING M.; DORHOUT P.k.; ESPINOSA-FALLER F.j.; GORDON P.l., et al
2011Highlighting continued uncertainty in global land cover maps to the user communityFRITZ Steffen; SEE Linda; MCCALLUM Ian; SCHILL Christian; OBERSTEINER Michael; VAN DER VELDE Marijn; BOETTCHER Hannes; HAVLIK Petr; ACHARD Frederic
2006Highlights from some Tacis Projects on Reactor Pressure Vessel EmbrittlementBIETH MICHEL; RIEG Claude; AHLSTRAND RALF
2007Highlights of JRC Support to IAEA: Future Needs and ChallengesSCHENKEL ROLAND
2008Highlights of Large Lake Research and Management in EuropeNOGES PEETER; KANGUR Külli; NOGES Tiina; REINART Anu; SIMOLA Heikki; VILJANEN Markku
2011Highlights on environmental noise and health research in Central and Eastern Europe, South-East Europe and Newly Independent StatesARGALASOVA-SOBOTOVA Lubica; PAUNOVIC Katarina; BELOJEVIC Goran; JERAM Sonja; RISTOVSKA Gordana; LEKAVICIUTE GADAL JURGITA; PREIS Anna; JURKOVICOVA Jana; SEVCIKOVA Ludmila; SLIWINSKA-KOWALSKA Mariola, et al
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