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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2012Hydrogen Storage in 2NaBH4 + MgH2 Mixtures: Destabilization by additives and nanoconfinementMULAS Gabriele; CAMPESI RENATO; GARRONI Sebastiano; NAPOLITANO Emilio; MILANESE Chiara; DOLCI FRANCESCO; PELLICER Eva; BARO' Maria-Dolores; MARINI Andrea
2014Hydrogen supply chain architecture for bottom-up energy systems models. Part 1: Developing pathwaysBOLAT PELIN; THIEL CHRISTIAN
2014Hydrogen supply chain architecture for bottom-up energy systems models. Part 2: Techno-economic inputs for hydrogen production pathwaysBOLAT PELIN; THIEL CHRISTIAN
1988Hydrogen Supply over Long Distances Using Chemicals. Description, Evaluation and Comparison of Benzene and Toluene Based Technical SystemsGIACOMAZZI Giorgio
2009Hydrogen Suppresses UO2 CorrosionCARBOL Paul; FORS Patrick; GOUDER Thomas; SPAHIU K.
2014Hydrogen tank first filling experiments at the JRC-IET GasTeF facilityORTIZ CEBOLLA RAFAEL; ACOSTA IBORRA Beatriz; MORETTO Pietro; FRISCHAUF Norbert; HARSKAMP Frederik; BONATO CHRISTIAN; BARALDI Daniele
2013The hydrogen value chain: applying the automotive role model of the hydrogen economy in the aerospace sector to increase performance and reduce costsFRISCHAUF NORBERT; ACOSTA IBORRA Beatriz; HARSKAMP Frederik; MORETTO Pietro; MALKOW Thomas; HONSELAAR M; STEEN Marc; HOVLAND Scott; HUFENBACH Bernhard; SCHAUTZ Max, et al
2011Hydrogenation of Carbon Monoxide over Nanostructured Systems - a Mechanochemical ApproachMULAS Gabriele; CAMPESI RENATO; GARRONI Sebastiano; DELOGU Francesco; MILANESE Chiara
2009Hydrogenation Reaction Pathway in Li2Mg(NH)2WEIDNER RONNEFELD Eveline; DOLCI Francesco; HU Jianjiang; LOHSTROH Wiebke; BULL Dan; HANSEN Thomas; FICHTNER Maximilan
2005Hydrography and Geographic Information SystemsFATTORUSO Grazia; PAGANO ANDREA
2000Hydrological Modelling of a Drained Grazing Marsh under Agricultural Land Use and the Simulation of Restoration Management Scenarios.AL KHUDHAIRY D. h. a.; THOMPSON J.r.; GAVIN H.; HAMM A.s.
2007Hydrolysis of Plutonium(IV) in Acidic Solutions - No Effect of Hydrolysis on Absorption-spectra of Mononuclear Hydroxide ComplexesWALTHER C.; CHO H. R.; MARQUARDT C. M.; NECK V.; SEIBERT Alice; YUN J.-I.; FANGHAENEL THOMAS
2007Hydrothermal Alteration of BaxMIVxCe2-2x(PO4)2 (MIV= Zr, Hf) Monazites as Hosts for Minor ActinidesPOPA Karin; KONINGS RUDY; WISS THIERRY; LEISTE H.
2004Hydroxyl Radicals Maintain the Self-Cleansing Capacity of the Troposphere.LELIEVELD J.; DENTENER Frank; PETERS W.; KROL M.
1999Hygroscopic Properties of Aerosol Formed by Oxidation of Limonene, a-Pinene and b-Pinene.VIRKKULA Aki olavi; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; HJORTH Jens liengaard
2011Hyper-resolution global land surface modeling: Meeting a grand challenge for monitoring Earth’s terrestrial waterWOOD Eric; ROUNDY J.k.; TROY T.j.; VAN BEEK R.; BIERKENS Marc; BLYTH Eleanor; DE ROO Arie; DOLL P.; EK M.; FAMIGLIETTI J., et al
2011Hyperconnected Attribute Filters Based on k-Flat ZonesOUZOUNIS GEORGIOS; WILKINSON Michael
2010Hyperfine fields at the anion sites in USb1-xTex and f-p hybridizationSANCHEZ J.-P.; REBIZANT J.; MATTENBERGER K.; VOGT O.
2007Hyperfine Interactions in YAB: Ho3+ : a High Resolution Spectroscopy InvestigationBARALDI A.; CAPELLETTI R.; MAZZERA M.; MAGNANI Nicola; FOELDVÁRI I.; BEREGI E.
2011The hyperspectral irradiometer, a new instrument for long-term and unattended field spectroscopy measurementsMERONI MICHELE; BARDUCCI Alessandro; COGLIATI Sergio; CASTAGNOLI Francesco; ROSSINI Micol; BUSETTO Lorenzo; MIGLIAVACCA MIRCO; CREMONESE Edoardo; GALVANO Marta; COLOMBO Roberto, et al
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