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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1995Non Linear Behaviour of Atomic Fluorescence in Mercury Vapours Following Double Resonance Laser ExcitationRESTO W.; BADINI R.
2011Non-animal replacement methods for veterinary vaccine potency testing: state of the science and future directionsKULPA-EDDY Jodie; SRINIVAS Geetha; HALDER Maria; HILL Richard; BROWN Karen; ROTH James; DRAAYER Hans; GALVIN Jeffrey; CLAASEN Ivo; GIFFORD Glen, et al
2012Non-aqueous Synthesis of Isotropic and Anisotropic Actinide Oxide NanocrystalsHUDRY DAMIEN; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; WALTER OLAF; GOUDER Thomas; COURTOIS Eglantine; KUEBEL Christian; MEYER D.
2013Non-coherent squaring detector and its application to bi-phased signalsBORIO DANIELE
2010Non-Coherent UWB Communication in the Presence of Multiple Narrowband InterferersRABBACHIN ALBERTO; QUEK Tony; PINTO Pedro; OPPERMANN Ian; WIN Moe
2009Non-Compensatory/Non-Linear Composite Indicators for Ranking Countries: A Defensible SettingMUNDA GIUSEPPE; NARDO MICHELA
2003Non-Congruent Phase Co-Existence in Strongly Coupled Chemical Reactive Plasma.IOSILEVSKI I.l.; GRYAZNOV V.k.; YAKUB E.; RONCHI Claudio
2012Non-convex Rate Dependent Strain Gradient Crystal Plasticity and Deformation PatterningYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; BREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.
2007Non-destructive Analysis of Materials by Neutron Resonance TransmissionNOGUERE Gilles; CSERPAK Ferenc; INGELBRECHT Christopher; PLOMPEN ARJAN; QUETEL CHRISTOPHE; SCHILLEBEECKX PETER
2005Non-Destructive Analysis of Objects Using Neutron Resonance CapturePOSTMA H.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee
2010Non-destructive Bulk Analysis of the Buggenum Sword by Neutron Resonance Capture Analysis and Neutron DiffractionPOSTMA Hans; AMKREUTZ Luc; BORELLA Alessandro; CLARIJS Martijn; KAMERMANS Hans; KOCKELMANN Winfried; PARADOWSKA Anna; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; VISSER Dirk
2004Non-Destructive Characterization of Low Radioactive Particles from Irish Sea Sediment by Micro X-Ray Synchrotron Radiation Techniques: Micro X-Ray Fluorescence ( µ-XRF) and Micro X-Ray Absorption near Edge Structure ( µ-XANES) Spectroscopy.JERNSTROEM Jussi; ERIKSSON Matts; OSAN J.; TAMBORINI Gabriella; TOEROEK S.; SIMON R.; FALKENBERG G.; ALSECZ A.; BETTI Maria
1992Non-Destructive Evaluations of Composite Materials.1. Impact Damage Detection via Holographic InterferometryLUCIA Alfredo carlo; SOLOMOS George
2012Non-destructive Examination of Helium Implanted HTRs Construction MaterialsVETERNIKOVA Jana; DEGMOVA Jarmila; KILPELÄINEN Sima; SLUGEN Vladimir; TUOMISTO Filip; RÄISÄNEN Jyrki; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; PETRISKA Martin; SOJAK Stanislav; HINCA Robert, et al
2000Non-Destructive Positron-Lifetime Measurements during Fatigue of Austenitic Stainless Steel Using a Mobile Positron Beam.BARBIERI A.; HANSEN Sabine; ILZHOEFER Achim; HOLZWARTH Uwe
2006Non-Fermi Liquid Behaviour in UCoAl - Pressure VariationsHAVELA Ladislav; HONDA F.; GRIVEAU JEAN-CHRISTOPHE; ANDREEV A.v.; KOLOMIYETS Oleksandr; SECHOVSKÝ V.
2011Non-invasive monitoring of cytotoxicity based on kinetic changes of cellular autofluorescenceBEDNARKIEWICZ Artur; RODRIGUES Robim; WHELAN Maurice
2007Non-invasive Visualisation of the Development of Peritoneal Carcinomatosis and Tumour Regression After 213Bi-radioimmunotherapy Using Bioluminescence ImagingBUCHHORN H.m.; SEIDL C.; BECK R.; SAUR D.; APOSTOLIDIS CHRISTOS; MORGENSTERN ALFRED; SCHWAIGER M.; SENEKOWITSCH-SCHMIDTKE R.
1998Non-Linear Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Beams: from 3D Continuum to 1D Member Modelling.PEGON Pierre
2005Non-Linear Forecasting in High-Frequency Financial Time SeriesSTROZZI F.; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE'
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