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Publications of Sergiy Vasil´ović Merzlikin

Talk (8)

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Talk
Herbig, M.; Kim, J.-H.; Ponge, D.; Li, Y.; Morsdorf, L.; Goto, S.; Haley, D.; Koyama, M.; Bashir, A.; Merzlikin, S. V. et al.; Rohwerder, M.; Akiyama, E.; Tsuzaki, K.; Kuzmina, M.; Sandlöbes, S.; Choi, P.-P.; Kirchheim, R.; Raabe, D.: Nanostructure Manipulation by Segregation Engineering. 2nd ESISM International Workshop on Fundamental Issues of Structural Materials, Kyoto, Japan (2014)
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Merzlikin, S. V.; Bashir, A.; Rohwerder, M.: Hydrogen embrittlement and traps structure of advanced high strength sheet steel for automotive applications. ICH2P-2014, International Conference on Hydrogen Production, Fukuoka, Japan. (2014)
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Talk
Merzlikin, S. V.; Rohwerder, M.: Detection of Local Hydrogen Distribution by SIMS. Possibility of the Electrochemical SIMS Calibration for Quantification of Hydrogen in Metallic Matrix. International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems 2012 (MH2012) , Kyoto, Japan (2012)
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Talk
Merzlikin, S. V.; Grünert, W.; Strunskus, T.; Witte, G.; Wachs, I. E.; Wöll, C. H.; Tolkachev, N. N.; Tkachenko, O. P.: Quantitative Tiefenprofilierung durch XPS – Ein neuer Ansatz in der Oberflächenanalyse realer Materialien. 49.Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker, DECHEMA, 2007, Weimar, Germany (2007)

Poster (4)

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Poster
Merzlikin, S. V.: Quantitative photoemission depth profiling - A new approach to the surface analysis of real materials. 5. Materialwissenschaftlicher Tag in RUB, Bochum, Germany (2006)
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Poster
Merzlikin, S. V.; Grünert, W.; Tolkachev, N. N.; Strunskus, T.; Wöll, C. H.: Further development of depth differentiation X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). 39.Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker, DECHEMA, 2006, Weimar, Germany (2006)
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Poster
Merzlikin, S. V.; Grünert, W.; Strunskus, T.; Wöll, C. H.: Depth differentiation x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). 38.Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker, DECHEMA, 2005, Weimar, Germany (2005)
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Poster
Merzlikin, S. V.: XPS spectroscopy of catalytic materials’ surface. First Joint Autumn School, Moscow, Russia (2004)
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