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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1988Solution Heat Treatment of a Cu-Cr-Zr AlloyFENICI Paolo; APPELLO Mario
2003Solution to Data Integration Poblems during Isotope Ratio Measurements by Magnetic Sector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer at Medium Mass Resolution. Application to the Certification of an Enriched 53Cr Materials by Isotope Dilution.TRESL Ivan; QUETEL Christophe; TAYLOR P.d.p.
1999Solving the BADGE Problem by Analysis?BATTAGLIA R.; ANKLAM Elke
2001Some Aspects of the Use of ZrN as an Inert Matrix for Actinide Fuels.BURGHARTZ M.; LEDERGERBER G.; HEIN H.; VAN DER LAAN R.r.; KONINGS R. j. m.
2008Some Challenges in Global Land Cover Mapping: An Assessment of Agreement and Accuracy in Existing 1 Km DatasetsHEROLD Martin; MAYAUX PHILIPPE; WOODCOCK Curtis; BACCINI A.; SCHMULLIUS C
2001Some Consequences of Relativistic Effects upon Optical Spectra.BROOKS M. s. s.
2000Some Considerations on the Correlation between Signal and Background in Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Using Single Shot Analysis.GORNUSHKIN I.; SMITH B.w.; POTTS M.; OMENETTO Nicolo'; WINEFORDNER James
2005Some Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation and Climate on the Reproduction of Calanus Finmarchicus (Copepoda) and Year Class Formation in Arcto-Norwegian cod (Gadus Morhua)SKRESLET Stig; BORJA Angel; BUGLIARO Luca; HANSEN Georg; MEERKOTTER Ralf; OLSEN Ketil; VERDEBOUT JEAN
1987Some Observations on the Ionization Mechanism for Strontium in the Air- Acetylene Flame under Resonant Laser ExcitationCAVALLI Paolo; TURK Gregory
2010Some Reflections on the Age of Experts in the Nuclear Energy SectorVON ESTORFF Ulrik; DEBARBERIS Luigi
2013Some results of a radon survey in 207 Serbian schoolsZUNIC Zora S.; CARPENTIERI Carmen; STOJANOVSKA Zdenka; ANTIGNANI Sara; VESELINOVIC Nenad C.; TOLLEFSEN Tore; CARELLI Vincio; CORDEDDA C.; CUKNIC Olivera R.; FILIPOVIC J., et al
1997Some Specific Aspects of Homogeneous Americium- and Neptunium-Based Fuels Transmutation through the Outcomes of the SUPERFACT Experiment in Phenix Fast ReactorPRUNIER C.; BOUSSARD F.; KOCH Lothar winfried; COQUERELLE Michel clement
2010Sommerfeld Coefficient of d-Pu Determined Via a Low-Temperature Specific Heat Pu-Ce StudyHAVELA L.; JAVORSKY P.; SHICK A. B.; KOLORENC J.; COLINEAU Eric; REBIZANT J.; WASTIN Franck; GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe; JOLLY L.; TEXIER Gwenael, et al
2008Sorption of Radionuclides onto Natural Clay RocksHARTMANN E.; GECKEIS H.; RABUNG T.; LUETZENKIRCHEN J.; FANGHAENEL Thomas
1993Sorption of Selenium(IV) and Selenium(VI) in a Soil Profile. An Application of Radiochemical TechniquesGOETZ Lothar; SPRINGER Alfred
1988Sostituti del Fosforo nella Formulazione dei Detersivi. Studio di Impatto AmbientalePREMAZZI Guido; VISMARA R.; BUTELLI P.; POLTRONIERI P.
2009Source Apportionment of Urban Fine and Ultra-fine Particle Number Concentration in a Western Mediterranean CityPEY Jorge; QUEROL Xavier; ALASTUEY Andres; RODRIGUEZ Sergio; PUTAUD Jean-Philippe; VAN DINGENEN Rita
2008Source Attribution of Urban Smog Episodes Caused by Coal CombustionMIRA-SALAMA Daniel; GRUENING CARSTEN; JENSEN NIELS; CAVALLI PAOLO; PUTAUD JEAN-PHILIPPE; LARSEN BO; RAES FRANK; COE Hugh
2005Source Term Identification of Environmental Radioactive Pu/U Particles by their Characterisation with Non-Destructive Analytical TechniquesERIKSSON Mats; OSAN Janos; JERNSTROEM Jussi; WEGRZYNEK D.; SIMON R.; CHINEA-CANO E.; MARKOWICZ A.; BAMFORD S.; TAMBORINI GABRIELE; TOEROEK S., et al
2005Source Term Identification of Environmental Radioactive Pu/U Particles by their Characterisation with Non-Destructive Analytical Techniques.ERIKSSON Matts; OSAN J.; JERNSTROEM J.; WEGRZYNEK D.; SIMON R.; CHINEA-CANO E.; MARKOWICZ Andrej; BAMFORD S.; TAMBORINI Gabriella; TOEROEK S., et al
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