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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2005First Demonstration of a Centrifugal Solvent Extraction Process for Minor Actinides from a Concentrated Spent Fuel SolutionSERRANO PURROY DANIEL; BARON P.; CHRISTIANSEN BIRGIT; GLATZ JEAN-PAUL; MADIC C.; MALMBECK RIKARD; MODOLO G.
2005First Demonstration of MA Recovery from Genuine High Active Concentrate.SERRANO PURROY Daniel; BARON D.; CHRISTIANSEN B.; GLATZ Jean-paul; MALMBECK R.; MODOLO G.
2000The First Duty of a Company is to Earn Money, but ...DE BIEVRE P.
2012First fusion proton measurements in TEXTOR plasmas using activation techniqueBONHEURE Georges; MLYNAR J.; VAN WASSENHOVE G.; HULT Mikael; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA R.; LUTTER GUILLAUME; VERMAERCKE P.; HUBER A.; SCHWEER B.; ESSER G., et al
2010First Ground-Based FTIR Observations of Methane in the Inner Tropics over Several YearsPETERSEN Katinka; WARNEKE Thorsten; FRANKENBERG. C.; BERGAMASCHI Peter; GERBIG Christoph; NOTHOLT Justus; BUCHWITZ Michael; SCHNEISING Oliver; SCHREMS O.
2000First In-Pile Experimental Results of High-Plutonium-Content Oxide Fuel for Plutonium Burning in Fast Reactor.PICARD E.; NOIROT J.; MOSS R.l.; PLITZ H.; RICHTER Karl; ROUAULT J.
2008First interlaboratory exercise on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs analysis in environmental samplesFARRE M; LOOS Robert; PETROVIC M.; GROS M.; KOSJEK T.; MARTINEZ E.; HEATH E.; OSVALD P.; LE MENACH K.; BUDZINSKI H., et al
1989First Passage Solutions in Fatigue Crack PropagationSOLOMOS George
2014First Principal Active Neutron Coincidence Counting Measurements of Uranium OxideGODDARD Braden; CHARLTON William; PEERANI Paolo
2008First Principles Modelling of Oxygen Impurities in UN Nuclear FuelsMASTRIKOV Y.; KOTOMIN E. A.
2005First Principles Study of Phonon Modes in PuCoGa5 Superconductor.PIEKARZ P.; OLES A.m.; PARLINSKI K.; JOCHYM P.t.; SANCHEZ J.p.; REBIZANT Jean
2005First Principles Study of Phonon Modes in PuCoGa[sub 5] SuperconductorPIEKARZ P.; PARLINSKI K.; JOCHYM P.t.; OLES A.m.; SANCHEZ J.p.; REBIZANT JEAN
2009First Prinnciples Calculations of Oxygen Adsorption of the UN (001) SurfaceZHUKOVSKII Y.; BOCHAROV D.; KOTOMIN E. A.; EVARESTOV R. A.; BANDURA A. V.
2010First Results on Fe Solid-Phase Extraction from Coastal Seawater Using Anatase TiO2 Nano-ParticlesQUETEL CHRISTOPHE; VASSILEVA Emilia; PETROV Ivan; CHAKAROVA Christina; HADJIIVANOV Konstantin
2012First results on the neutron-induced fission cross-section of 231Pa for incident neutron energies En > 17 MeVOBERSTEDT Stephan; OBERSTEDT Andreas; BIRGERSSON Evert; FABRY Imrich; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; KORNILOV Nikolai; LOEVESTAM Goeran; TUDORA Anabella
2013First signs of carbon sink saturation in European forest biomassNABUURS G. J.; LINDNER M.; VERKERK Hans; GUNIA Katja; DEDA Paola; MICHALAK Roman; GRASSI Giacomo
2008First Steps in Establishing a Developmental Toxicity Test Method Based on Human Embryonic Stem CellsPELLIZZER CRISTIAN; HARTUNG THOMAS; BREMER SUSANNE; ADLER S.; HARENG L.
2008First Steps in the Central-Baltic Intercalibration Exercise on Lake Macrophytes: Where Do We Start?TOTH Laszlo; POIKANE Sandra; PENNING Ellis; MAEMETS Helle; KOLADA Agniezska; HANGANU Jenica; FREE Gary
2010First Steps towards a European Atlas of Natural Radiation: Status of the European Indoor Radon MapDUBOIS Gregoire; BOSSEW Peter; TOLLEFSEN Tore; DE CORT Marc
2007First-principles Modeling of Defects in Advanced Nuclear FuelsKOTOMIN Eugene; MASTRIKOV Y.; ZHUKOVSKII Y.; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; RONDINELLA VINCENZO
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