Radionuclides in the environment : uranium

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Radionuclides in the environment : uranium. / Vandenhove, Hildegarde; Hurtgen, Christian; Payne, Timothy E.; Verrezen, Freddy (Peer reviewer).

Radionuclides in the Environment. 1. ed. West Sussex, United Kingdom : Wiley - John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2010. p. 261-272 (Radionuclides in the Environment).

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Vandenhove, H, Hurtgen, C, Payne, TE & Verrezen, F 2010, Radionuclides in the environment : uranium. in Radionuclides in the Environment. 1 edn, Radionuclides in the Environment, Wiley - John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, West Sussex, United Kingdom, pp. 261-272.

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Vandenhove, H., Hurtgen, C., Payne, T. E., & Verrezen, F. (2010). Radionuclides in the environment : uranium. In Radionuclides in the Environment (1 ed., pp. 261-272). (Radionuclides in the Environment). West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley - John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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Vandenhove H, Hurtgen C, Payne TE, Verrezen F. Radionuclides in the environment : uranium. In Radionuclides in the Environment. 1 ed. West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley - John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2010. p. 261-272. (Radionuclides in the Environment).

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Vandenhove, Hildegarde ; Hurtgen, Christian ; Payne, Timothy E. ; Verrezen, Freddy. / Radionuclides in the environment : uranium. Radionuclides in the Environment. 1. ed. West Sussex, United Kingdom : Wiley - John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2010. pp. 261-272 (Radionuclides in the Environment).

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