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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
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
1997Hyphenation of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)KORHAMMER Siegfried
2010Hypothesis of the Spatial Adjustment of Optical Inhomogeneities of Water and Its Confirmation through Experiments on Measurements of Light ScatteringSHYBANOV Evgeni; BERTHON Jean-Francois; LEE Michael; ZIBORDI Giuseppe
1993A Hypothesis on Momentum and Heat Transfer near the Sea-Atmosphere Interface and a Related Simple ModelEIFLER Walter
2010HySafe SBEP-V20 - Numerical Studies of Release Experiments inside a Naturally Ventilated Residential GaragePAPANIKOLAOU EFTHYMIA; VENETSANOS Alexander; HEITSCH Matthias; BARALDI Daniele; HUSER Asmund; PUJOL Joaquim; GARCIA Javier; MARKATOS Nikolaos
2010HYSAFE Standard Benchmark Problem SBEP-V11 - Predictions of Hydrogen Release and Dispersion from a CGH2 Bus in an UnderpassVENETSANOS Alexander; PAPANIKOLAOU Efi; HANSEN Olav; MIDDHA Pankrul; GARCIA Javier; HEITSCH Matthias; BARALDI Daniele; ADAMS Paul
2009Hysteretic Energy Dissipation Capacity and the Cyclic to Monotonic Drift Ratio for Rectangular RC Columns in FlexurePOLJANSEK Karmen; PERUS Iztok; FAJFAR Peter
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