Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 5449
EU - Europa 642
AS - Asia 311
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 3
Totale 6405
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 5448
CN - Cina 272
IT - Italia 237
FI - Finlandia 123
SE - Svezia 101
DE - Germania 68
UA - Ucraina 49
GB - Regno Unito 35
VN - Vietnam 19
IN - India 14
IE - Irlanda 13
FR - Francia 9
BE - Belgio 4
KR - Corea 3
EU - Europa 2
NL - Olanda 2
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 1
CA - Canada 1
IR - Iran 1
JP - Giappone 1
PL - Polonia 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 6405
Città #
Fairfield 934
Woodbridge 672
Ann Arbor 544
Houston 516
Chandler 472
Wilmington 317
Cambridge 312
Seattle 308
Ashburn 301
Jacksonville 237
Princeton 157
San Diego 115
Des Moines 101
Padova 87
Beijing 74
Medford 70
Nanjing 63
Boardman 60
Roxbury 50
Helsinki 48
Legnaro 28
Guangzhou 22
Nanchang 18
Dong Ket 17
Hebei 17
Marostica 15
Shenyang 14
Dublin 13
Jiaxing 11
Changsha 10
Norwalk 10
London 8
Ningbo 8
Costabissara 7
Jinan 7
Mestre 6
Fort Walton Beach 5
Haikou 5
Indiana 5
Kharkiv 5
Redwood City 5
Tianjin 5
Davis 4
Hangzhou 4
Occhiobello 4
Zhengzhou 4
Berlin 3
Castelmassa 3
Giulianova 3
Lendinara 3
Mahbubnagar 3
Milan 3
Napoli 3
San Martino Di Lupari 3
Toulon 3
Véry 3
Abano Terme 2
Borås 2
Cerea 2
Foggia 2
Fort Worth 2
Hanoi 2
New York 2
Taizhou 2
Turin 2
Bologna 1
Brussels 1
Chengdu 1
Chennai 1
Chicago 1
Collestrada 1
Desio 1
Geislingen an der Steige 1
Harbin 1
Hsinchu 1
Knoxville 1
Maniago 1
Munich 1
Nagold 1
Nanning 1
Nogara 1
Nürnberg 1
Orange 1
Osaka 1
Perugia 1
Quzhou 1
Reston 1
Rieti 1
Rome 1
San Francisco 1
San Giorgio delle Pertiche 1
Selargius 1
Selvazzano Dentro 1
Shanghai 1
Siena 1
Taiyuan 1
Trento 1
Trieste 1
Varese 1
Vicenza 1
Totale 5778
Nome #
Bioactive sphene-based ceramic coatings on cpTi substrates for dental implants: An in vitro study 160
Polymer-derived sphene biocoating on cpTi substrates for orthopedic and dental implants 107
Synthesis and characterization of lanthanum dicarbide-carbon targets for radioactive ion beams generation via the carbothermal reaction 106
Research and development for the SPES target 102
Ionization efficiency estimations for the SPES surface ion source 101
Ovalbumin as foaming agent for Ti6Al4V foams produced by gelcasting 98
Gas permeability of Ti6Al4V foams prepared via gelcasting, experiments and modelling 98
Neutron-rich isotope production using a uranium carbide - carbon nanotubes SPES target prototype 97
Calculations and first results obtained with a SiC prototype of the SPES direct target 95
Temperature dependence of yields from multi-foil SPES target 95
Studies for aluminum photoionization in hot cavity for the selective production of exotic species project 93
The SPES Target Chamber Remote Handling System 92
Lanthanum carbide-based porous materials from carburization of lanthanum oxide and lanthanum oxalate mixtures 92
Use of cryogenic machining to improve the adhesion of sphene bioceramic coatings on titanium substrates for dental and orthopaedic applications 91
Direct ink writing of porous titanium (Ti6Al4V)lattice structures 91
Ceramic foam-reinforced Al-based micro-composites 88
In situ reinforcement of Ti6Al4V matrix composites by polymer-derived-ceramics phases 88
Use of polymeric fibers to increase gas permeability of lanthanum carbide based targets for nuclear physics applications 87
The SPES multi-foil direct target. 87
Bioactive Glass and Silicate-Based Ceramic Coatings on Metallic Implants: Open Challenge or Outdated Topic? 87
Study, Design and Test of the SPES “Production Target – Hot-Cavity Ion Source” Assembly 85
Etching of SiOC ceramic foams 84
Fabrication of mesoporous and high specific surface area lanthanum carbide-carbon nanotube composites 83
Production of high-intensity RIB at SPES 81
Gas permeability of microcellular ceramic foams 80
Graphene derived lanthanum carbide targets for the SPES ISOL facility 79
An In Vivo Study in Rat Femurs of Bioactive Silicate Coatings on Titanium Dental Implants 77
Boron carbide as a target for the SPES project 75
Tests of the New Emittance Meter for the off-Line SPES Front-End 74
The SiC Direct Target Prototype for SPES 73
Hierarchical porosity ceramic components from preceramic polymers 73
A new method to measure the thermal conductivity for the SPES project 72
Highly porous macro- and micro-cellular ceramics from a polysilazane precursor 71
Future perspectives of the Legnaro National Laboratories: The SPES project 71
Radioactive Ion beams at INFN laboratories 70
Status of the SPES Target-Ion Source System 69
Neutron-Rich Isotopes Production at HRIBF Using the Multi-Foil SPES UCX Target 68
Neutron-rich isotope production using the uranium carbide multi-foil SPES target prototype 68
The SPES project: An ISOL facility for exotic beams 68
The High Power Faraday Cup for the SPES Project 65
Developing uranium dicarbide-graphite porous materials for the SPES project 65
Sphene silicate ceramic coatings on cpTi substrates: Process upgrade 65
The SPES Target and Ion Source unit 65
The SPES Project at LNL 62
Novel microcellular ceramics from a silicone resin 61
Time dependent thermal study for the SPES Target – Ion Source system 61
Test on the electrostatic dipoles and steerers for the 1+ beam line of the SPES project 61
In-depth comparison of polyamide 12 parts manufactured by Multi Jet Fusion and Selective Laser Sintering 61
Off-Line Ionization Tests Using the Surface and Plasma Ion Sources of the SPES Project 59
Test on the triplet prototype for the 1+ beam line of the SPES project 59
Robotic Additive Printing of Cylindrical Auxetic Structures 59
Morphological and functional effects of graphene on the synthesis of uranium carbide for isotopes production targets 58
The control system of the Target Carburization prototype for the SPES project 57
Progress on Pellets Production for the SPES Project 57
Characterization of the morphology of cellular ceramics by 3D image processing of X-ray tomography 57
Hierarchical porosity components by infiltration of a ceramic foam 57
Laser Ablation Experiments at SPES Laser Laboratory 57
Thermal-Electric Numerical Simulation and Experimental Test of the Surface Ion Source Adopted for the SPES Project 56
Effect of sacrificial fiber length on gas permeability of lanthanum carbide 55
Sphene silicate ceramic coatings on cpTi substrates: Process upgrade 51
Emissivity measurements of opaque gray bodies up to 2000 degrees C by a dual-frequency pyrometer 50
Progress on Pellets Production for the SPES Project 50
Aluminum Photo-Ionization in SPES Hot Cavity 49
The impact of bioceramic scaffolds on bone regeneration in preclinical in vivo studies: A systematic review 49
Experimental and computational evaluation of tensile properties of additively manufactured hexa- and tetrachiral auxetic cellular structures 49
Gas permeability of lanthanum oxycarbide targets for the SPES project 48
Temperature Dependence of Yield in an On-Line Test of the Multi-Foil SPES Target 48
Thermal Conductivity and Emissivity of Uranium Carbide Based Targets for ISOL Facilities 48
First measurements of laser photoionization on Sn atoms in a Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer at SPES Laser Laboratory 47
Uranium Carbide for the SPES Project 46
Development and characterization of Ti6Al4V matrix composites, formed in Situ via the preceramic polymer route 46
Polymer-derived microcellular SiOC foams with magnetic functionality 46
Progress on the characterization of the Direct SPES Target Concept 45
Progress on the Direct SPES Target Concept 45
Production of Uranium Carbide disks for the SPES Project 44
Design and Testing of the SPES Target – Ion Source Temperature Monitoring System 44
First Calculation of Radiation Damage of Front End Components Using FLUKA Code 44
Use of polymeric fibers to obtain high permeability lanthanum carbide SPES target prototypes 44
Metakaolin-based geopolymer coatings on metals by airbrush spray deposition 44
Synthesis and characterization of high permeability target prototypes for the SPES project 42
Preliminary radiation protection analyses of the target SPES 41
Preliminary investigations on the use of preceramic polymers to produce metal matrix composites, via powder metallurgy techniques 40
High-temperature cleaning of tubular ovens for the mass-marker technique 40
High temperature compression tests on graphite POCO EDM-3, used in devices for SPES project 40
The effect of strut size on microstructure and compressive strength of porous Ti6Al4V lattices printed via Direct Ink Writing 39
Uranium Carbide for SPES Project 38
The SPES Target Chamber Handling 37
Preliminary investigations on the use of preceramic polymers to produce metal matrix composites, via powder metallurgy techniques 36
New Development on the Safety Control System of the SPES Front End at the LNL 36
Preliminary design of the Target Window for SPES Project at LNL 35
Monitoring of the Safety Control System of the SPES Off-Line Front End using EPICS at the LNL 34
Progress on the SPES Target Handling 34
The SPES On-Line Front End Commissioning Test Setup 33
Ionization Efficiency Measurements with the SPES Surface Ion Source 33
New Laser Ionization System for SPES Project 31
In situ formation of ceramic micro reinforcement in Ti-based composites 30
An Innovative Production Method for Therapeutic Carrier-free Radiopharmaceuticals 30
Safety Control System Developments for the SPES Off-Line Front End at the LNL 28
Product ion of Carrier Free Copper Nuclides with the ISOL Method for Nuclear Medicine 28
Totale 6269
Categoria #
all - tutte 12084
article - articoli 11182
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 143
Totale 23409

Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/201866 0000 00 00 30630
2018/2019552 10585 64 749 888185141
2019/20201407 1783960134 12797 145153 15017110845
2020/20211103 59445379 10662 43102 174155125101
2021/20221427 21168193127 5273 40151 10533179285
2022/20231018 19810729106 210175 571 117000
Totale 6517