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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009A Human Stem Cell-Based Model for Identifying Adverse Effects of Organic and Inorganic Chemicals on the Developing Nervous SystemLEONORA Buzanska; SYPECKA Joanna; NERINI MOLTENI SILVIA; COMPAGNONI ANNA; HÖGBERG Helena; DEL TORCHIO Riccardo; DOMANSKA-JANIK Krystyna; ZIMMER Jens; COECKE Sandra
1997Humic Acid Binding of Trivalent Tl and Cr Studied by Synchronous and Time-Resolved Fluorescence.BIDOGLIO Giovanni; FERRARI D.; SELLI Elena; SENA Fabrizio; TAMBORINI Giordano
1997Humic Acid-Sensitized Photoreduction of Cr(VI) on ZnO Particles.SELLI Elena; DE GIORGI Alessandra; BIDOGLIO Giovanni
2006Hybrid ICP/Sputter Deposition of TiC/CaO Nanocomposite Films for Biomedical ApplicationKULISCH W.; COLPO Pascal; GIBSON PETER; CECCONE GIACOMO; SHTANSKY D.v.; LEVASHOV E. A.; JELINEK M.; PHILIP P.j.m.; ROSSI FRANCOIS
2012A hybrid method combining SOM-based clustering and object-based analysis for identifying land in good agricultural conditionTASDEMIR KADIM; MILENOV Pavel; TAPSALL Brooke
1996Hybridization Effects in U2T2X Compounds: Magnetic Structures of U2Rh2Sn and U2Ni2InNAKOTTE H.; PURWANTO A.; ROBINSON R.a.; PROKES K.; KLAASSE J.c.p.; DE CHATEL P.f.; DE BOER F.r.; HAVELA L.; SECHOVSKY V.; SERET Alain, et al
2008Hydration of Mineral Surfaces Probed at the Molecular LevelFLOERSHEIMER M.; KRUSE K.; POLLY R.; ABDELMONEM A.; SCHIMMELPFENNIG B.; KLENZE R.; FANGHAENEL Thomas
2010Hydrocarbon Emission Fingerprints from Contemporary Vehicle/Engine Technologies with Conventional and new FuelsMONTERO Larisse; DUANE Matthew; MANFREDI Urbano; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; MARTINI Giorgio; CARRIERO Massimo; KRASENBRINK Alois; LARSEN Bo
2006Hydrocarbon Exploration Risk Evaluation Through Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses TechniquesRUFFO Paolo; BAZZANA Livia; CONSONNI Alberto; CORRADI Anna; SALTELLI ANDREA; TARANTOLA STEFANO
1990Hydrodynamic Aspects of Venting for Vessels Containing Viscous FluidsSKOULOUDIS Andreas nikolaos
1998Hydrogen and Deuterium in Pd-25%Ag Alloy: Permeation, Diffusion, Solubilisation and Surface Reaction.SERRA Emanuele; KEMALI M.; PERUJO Adolfo; ROSS D.k.
2010Hydrogen Catalytic Effects of Nanostructured Alloy Particles in Spent Fuel on Radionuclide ImmobilizationCUI D.; LOW J.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; SPAHIU K.
2008Hydrogen Desorption Studies of the Mg24Y5-H System: Formation of Mg Tubes, Kinetics and Cycling EffectsZLOTEA CLAUDIA; SAHLBERG Martin; OZBILEN SEDAT; MORETTO PIETRO; ANDERSSON Yvonne
2011Hydrogen evolution on nickel electrode in synthetic tap water - alkaline solutionPETROV Yanko; SCHOSGER Jean-Pierre; STOYNOV Zdravko; DE BRUIJN Frank
1999Hydrogen in Undoped and Heavily in situ Phosphorus Doped Silicon Films Deposited Using Disilane and Phosphine.PEJNEFORS J.; ZHANG S.l.; GRAHN J.v.; OSTLING M.; PERSSON Leif; HULT Mikael
2008Hydrogen Incorporation in Ultrananocrystalline Diamond/Amorphous Carbon FilmsKULISCH WILHELM; ROSSI FRANCOIS; POPOV Cyril; SIPPEL C.; GRAMBOLE D.; SASAKI T.
2001Hydrogen Isotope Diffusive Transport Parameters in Pure Polycrystalline Tungsten.ESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; SEDANO L.a.; DOUGLAS Kevin john
2009Hydrogen Peroxide Detection Nanosensor Array for Biosensor DevelopmentVIEIRA LISBOA Patricia; VALSESIA Andrea; COLPO Pascal; ROSSI Francois; LUPU A.
1996Hydrogen Profiles at the Surface of Leached SynrocMATZKE Hj.; RIGATO V.
1997Hydrogen reduction of Metal Oxides to Metals and their Subsequent Rolling to Target Foils.CLIFFORD Seamus; GUO JI Xu; INGELBRECHT Christopher douglas; POMEROY Michael
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