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JACOBS, P, E SEVENS, and Marc Kunnen. “Computerized X-ray Tomography (CT): a Potential Non-destructive Research Tool for Building Stone Characterization.” Interactive physical weathering and bioreceptivity study on building stones, monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a potential non-destructive tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), pp. 207-221, 8 figg 1996 : n. pag. Print.
APA
JACOBS, P., SEVENS, E., & Kunnen, M. (1996). Computerized X-ray tomography (CT): a potential non-destructive research tool for building stone characterization. Interactive physical weathering and bioreceptivity study on building stones, monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a potential non-destructive tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), pp. 207-221, 8 figg.
Chicago author-date
JACOBS, P, E SEVENS, and Marc Kunnen. 1996. “Computerized X-ray Tomography (CT): a Potential Non-destructive Research Tool for Building Stone Characterization.” Interactive Physical Weathering and Bioreceptivity Study on Building Stones, Monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a Potential Non-destructive Tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), Pp. 207-221, 8 Figg.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
JACOBS, P, E SEVENS, and Marc Kunnen. 1996. “Computerized X-ray Tomography (CT): a Potential Non-destructive Research Tool for Building Stone Characterization.” Interactive Physical Weathering and Bioreceptivity Study on Building Stones, Monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a Potential Non-destructive Tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), Pp. 207-221, 8 Figg.
Vancouver
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JACOBS P, SEVENS E, Kunnen M. Computerized X-ray tomography (CT): a potential non-destructive research tool for building stone characterization. Interactive physical weathering and bioreceptivity study on building stones, monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a potential non-destructive tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), pp. 207-221, 8 figg. 1996.
IEEE
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P. JACOBS, E. SEVENS, and M. Kunnen, “Computerized X-ray tomography (CT): a potential non-destructive research tool for building stone characterization,” Interactive physical weathering and bioreceptivity study on building stones, monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a potential non-destructive tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), pp. 207-221, 8 figg. 1996.
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  author       = {JACOBS, P and SEVENS, E and Kunnen, Marc},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Interactive physical weathering and bioreceptivity study on building stones, monitored by Computerized X-Ray Tomography (CT) as a potential non-destructive tool, Ed. M. De Cleene, European Commission Environment (1996), pp. 207-221, 8 figg},
  title        = {Computerized X-ray tomography (CT): a potential non-destructive research tool for building stone characterization},
  year         = {1996},
}