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Civale, L., H. Pastoriza, F. de la Cruz, J. Guimpel, G. Nieva, J. M. Heintz, O. Durmeyer, and J. P. Kappler. "Meissner fraction of insulating samples of oxide superconductors." Solid State Communications 72, no. 4 (1989): 341–344.
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Fasano, Y., M. de Seta, M. Menghini, H. Pastoriza, and F. de la Cruz. "Imaging the structure of the interface between symmetries interconnected by a discontinuous transition." Solid State Communications 128, no. 3-4 (2003): 51–55.
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Herbsommer, J. A., V. F. Correa, G. Nieva, H. Pastoriza, and J. Luzuriaga. "Vortex dynamics in Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ single crystals with planar defects." Solid State Communications 120, no. 2-3 (2001): 59–63.
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Shalóm, D. E., and H. Pastoriza. "Experimental evidence for anisotropic response of a driven vortex lattice." Solid State Communications 126, no. 7 (2003): 379–383.
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Trovarelli, O., P. Stickar, J. G. Sereni, G. Schmerber, and J. P. Kappler. "Coexistence of magnetic and non magnetic states in Ce14X51 (X = Au, Ag and Cu)." Solid State Communications 89, no. 5 (1994): 421–424.
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Huber, J. G., J. B. Bulman, and J. G. Sereni. "Superconductivity under pressure and low temperature specific heat of ThPr alloys." Solid State Communications 43, no. 12 (1982): 925–931.
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Sereni, J. G., T. E. Huber, and C. A. Luengo. "Low temperature specific heat of Th-Gd spin glass." Solid State Communications 29, no. 9 (1979): 671–673.
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Sereni, J. G., J. G. Huber, C. A. Luengo, and M. B. Maple. "Specific heat of superconducting Th, Sc and Th, Y alloys with Ce." Solid State Communications 17, no. 12 (1975): 1581–1583.
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Luengo, C. A., J. G. Huber, J. G. Sereni, A. R. Sweedler, J. M. Cotignola, and M. B. Maple. "Low temperature specific heat of ThU." Solid State Communications 10, no. 5 (1972): 459.
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Núñez Regueiro, M., M. A. Izbizky, and P. Esquinazi. "Thermal conductivity and “disorder” in high temperature superconductors." Solid State Communications 67, no. 4 (1988): 401–404.
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