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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1998Compilation of EINECS. Descriptions Used for Substances, Impurities and Mixtures.RASMUSSEN Kirsten; CHRIST Gabriele; NORAGER Ole; DAVIS John, b.; VAN DER WIELEN Arnoldus; HASS Claus; FASEY Andrew
2010Complementary roles of European and national institutions under the Common Fisheries Policy and the Marine Strategy Framework DirectiveRAETZ Hans-Joachim; DOERNER Hendrik; SCOTT ROBERT; BARBAS Thomas
2005Complete Results for Five Years of GNO Solar Neutrino ObservationsALTMANN M.; BALATA M.; BELLI P.; BELLOTTI E.; BERNABEI R.; BURKERT E.; CATTADORI C.; CERULLI R.; CHIARINI M.; CRIBIER M., et al
2005Complete Results for the Five Years of GNO Solar Neutrino Observations.ALTMANN M.; BALATA M.; BELLI P.; BELLOTI E.; BERNABEI R.; BURKERT E.; CATTADORI C.; CERULLI R.; CHIARINI M.; CRIBIER M., et al
2011Complex and Photo-realistic Scene Representation Based on Range Planar Segmentation and Model FusionYAO JIAN; TADDEI PIERLUIGI; RUGGERI MAURO; SEQUEIRA Vitor
1999Complexatioin Properties of the Metallothionein Fragment Lys-Cys-Thr-Cys-Cys-Ala (56-61) MT I with Zinc and Cadmium Using Square Wave VoltammetryNIETO Palmeiro oscar; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela
2013Complexation and thermodynamics of Cm(III) at high temperatures: the formation of [Cm(SO4)n]3-2n (n=1,2,3) complexes at T=25 to 200°CSKERENCAK Andrej; PANAK P.j.; FANGHAENEL Thomas
2010Complexation of Cm(III) with Fluoride in Aqueous Solution in the Temperature Range from 20 to 90 °C. A joint TRLFS and Quantum Chemical StudySKERENCAK Andrej; PANAK P.j.; NECK V.; TRUMM Michael; SCHIMMELPFENNIG Bernd; LINDQVIST-REIS Patric; KLENZE R.; FANGHAENEL Thomas
1991Complexation of Eu and Tb with Fulvic Acids as Studied by Time Resolved Laser-Induced FluorescenceBIDOGLIO Giovanni; QI P.
2012Complexity aided design: The FuturICT technological innovation paradigmCARBONE Anna; AJMONE-MARSAN Marco; AXHAUSEN Kay; BATTY Michael; MASERA Marcelo; ROME Erich
1998Compliance-Derived Strain Determination in Fibre (Bundle) Tests at High Temperatures.PAAR Reinhold; BONNEL Pierre; STEEN Marc pierr e gregoire
2013Components of forest soil CO2 efflux estimated from Δ14C values of soil organic matterRODEGHIERO Mirco; CESCATTI Alessandro; CHURKINA Galina; MARTINEZ Cristina; SCHOLTEN Thomas; GIANELLE Damiano
1995Comportamento Sismico de Monumentos. Estudo da Portaria de Sao Vicente de ForaSOUSA OLIVEIRA Carlos
2007Composite Indicators Between Analysis and AdvocacySALTELLI ANDREA
2011Composite Indicators for Security of Energy Supply Using Ordered Weighted AveragingBADEA Anca; ROCCO Claudio M.; TARANTOLA Stefano; BOLADO LAVIN Ricardo
1997Composite Structural Element Characterisation Using Fibre Optic Strain Sensors.WHELAN Maurice patrick; LUCIA Alfredo carlo
2013Composite uranium carbide targets at TRIUMF: development and characterization with SEM, XRD, XRF and L-edge densitometryKUNZ Peter; BRICAULT P.; DOMBSKY M.; ERDMANN Nicole; HANEMAAYER V.; WONG J.; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus
1998Compositing Criteria for Burned Area Assessment Using Multitemporal Low Resolution Satellite Data.BARBOSA FERREIRA Paulo; PEREIRA Jose miguel
2005Composition and Analysis of Liquid Smoke Flavouring Primary ProductsSIMON RUPERT; DE LA CALLE GUNTINAS MARIA BEATRIZ; PALME Sonja; MEIER Dietrich; ANKLAM ELKE
1999Composition of Aerosols in the Surface Boundary Layer of the Atmosphere over the Seas of the Western Russian Arctic.SHEVSHENKO V.p.; LISITSIN A.p.; KUPTSOV V.m.; VAN MALDEREN H.; MARTIN Jean marie; VAN GRIEKEN R.; HUANG W.w.
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