Improving Verification: Trends and Perspectives for Research

  • Roland Schenkel


Nuclear Weapon Fuel Cycle Spend Fuel Additional Protocol Minor Actinide 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roland Schenkel
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  1. 1.European Commission - Joint Research CentreBrusselsBelgium

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