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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009New Insights in the Formation Processes of Pu(IV) ColloidsWALTHER C.; ROTHE J.; BRENDEBACH B.; FUSS M.; ALTMAIER M.; MARQUARDT C. M.; BUECHNER S.; CHO H. R.; YUN J.-I.; SEIBERT ALICE
2005New Laser-flash Experiments for Irradiated Fuels Under Contrainted ConditionsRONCHI Claudio; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; STAICU DRAGOS; DEGIOVANNI A.; VOLLE Fabien; REMI B.
2009A New Low-level Gamma-ray Spectrometry System for Environmental Radioactivity at the Underground Laboratory FelsenkellerKOEHLER Matthias; DEGERING Detlef; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; QUIRIN Pierre; LAMPERT M.-O.; HULT Mikael; ARNOLD Dirk; NEUMAIER Stefan; REYSS Jean-Louis
1996A New Method for Assessing the Thermal Stability of Semibatch Processes Based on Lyapunov ExponentsALOS M.a.
2001A New Method for N.C.A. Copper-64 Production.BONARDI Mauro; BIRATTARI Claudio; ABBAS Kamel; GROPPI Flavia; SEVERGNINI M.; SHAW Deborah; MENAPACE E.; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederik
2000A New Method for Studying Thermal Desorption of Hydrogen from Metals Based on Internal Friction Technique.YAGODZINSKYY Y.; TARAENKO O.; SMUK S.; AALTONEN P.; HAENNINEN H.
2007A New Methodology for Long Term Creep Data Generation for Power Plant ComponentsWILSHIRE Brian; SCHARNING P.j.; HURST ROGER
2006New Neutron Cross-Section Measurements on 19F, 39,41K, 55Mn, and 103Rh for Improved Nuclear Criticality SafetyGUBER K. H.; LEAL Luiz; SAYER R. O.; KOEHLER P. E.; WIARDA D.; VALENTINE T. E.; DERRIEN H.; HARVEY J. A.; KOPECKY STEFAN; SIEGLER PETER, et al
2005The New Nuclear Fuel R&D Plan of the JRC on Uranium-Plutonium-Americium Nitrides and CarbidesRONCHI Claudio; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; SCHUBERT ARNDT; BRUYNOOGHE CHRISTIANE; VAN DE LAAR JACQUES; KOTOMIN Eugene; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; STAICU DRAGOS; CIRIELLO Antonio; HIERNAUT JEAN-POL, et al
2007A New Object-oriented Methodology to Detect Oil Spills using ENVISAT ImagesTOPOUZELIS KONSTANTINOS; KARATHANASSI Vassilia; PAVLAKIS Petros; ROKOS Demetrius
2012New Opportunities for PV SystemsOSSENBRINK Heinz; JAEGER-WALDAU Arnulf; HULD Thomas; TAYLOR Nigel
2006New Parameter Values of Isotope Correlations for the Estimate of 242PUABOUSAHL SAID; OTTMAR HERBERT; EBERLE HEINRICH; VAN BELLE PIETER; KRISTOLAITIS R.
2005The New Pulsed Mono-Energetic Neutron Source at IRMM at the Shape Isomer Search in 239UOBERSTEDT STEPHAN; LOEVESTAM GOERAN; CHAVES DE JESUS CARLOS; GAMBONI THIERRY; GEERTS WOUTER; JAIME TORNIN RICARDO
2005New Results on Helium and Tritium Gas Production From Ternary FissionSEROT Olivier; WAGEMANS Cyriel; HEYSE Jan
2006New Results on the Ternary Fission of 243CmHEYSE Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; VERMOTE Sofie; SEROT Olivier; GELTENBORT Peter; SOLDNER Torsten; VAN GILS Jack
2012A New Roadmap for Next-Generation Policy-MakingMUREDDU Francesco; MISURACA GIANLUCA; OSIMO David; ARMENIA Stefano
2007A New Route to Quantum Criticality in (U,Np)Pd3WALKER H.c.; MCEWEN K.a.; COLINEAU ERIC; GRIVEAU JEAN-CHRISTOPHE; WASTIN FRANCK
2007A New Set of Uranium Isotope Reference Materials for the Improvement of Nuclear Safeguards in South AmericaPEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA JUNIOR Olivio; DE BOLLE Willie; ALONSO MUNOZ ADOLFO; KUHN Heinz; RICHTER STEPHAN; WELLUM Roger
2008A New Setup for Neutron Inelastic Cross Section MeasurementsNEGRET Alexandru; BORCEA Catalin; DROHE Jean Claude; MIHAILESCU Liviu; PLOMPEN Arjan; WYNANTS Ruud
2011New Teachers’ Working Experience: A Secondary Analysis of TALISRIZZA CAROLINE
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