Guillaume Lombardi

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The hydrogen isotope ratio (D/H) is commonly used to reconstruct the chemical processes at the origin of water and organic compounds in the early solar system. On the one hand, the large enrichments in deuterium of the insoluble organic matter (IOM) isolated from the carbonaceous meteorites are interpreted as a heritage of the interstellar medium or(More)
An extraction method for the determination of phenols in contaminated soils, based on the application of solid-phase microextraction (SPME) coupled with GC-flame ionization detection analysis, was developed and tested. This method was developed using a natural soil spiked with phenol to a concentration level typical of an acute contamination event that can(More)
All-ceramic restorations should reproduce as well as possible the color of the natural teeth to create a restoration in accordance with the esthetic wishes and ideas of the patient. The basic color of zirconium oxide is white to ivory. The color can be partially adapted by veneering it with ceramic materials. However, it would be better if the substructure(More)
In this study, the influence of differently shaded substructures made of Y-TZP from different manufacturers (without, with 0.5 mm or 1.0 mm ceramic veneer with Vita VM9 Base Dentin) on the lightness, the saturation, and the color shade (= value, chroma, and hue) was measured and assessed with a spectral photometer (Easy Shade, Vita) on a clinical case in(More)
The new extremely large telescope projects need accurate evaluation of the candidate sites. In this paper we present the astroclimatological comparison between the Paranal Observatory, located on the coast of the Atacama Desert (Chile), and the Observatorio del Roque de Los Muchachos (ORM), located in La Palma (Canary Islands). We apply a statistical(More)
Context. In this paper we present an analysis of wind speed, wind direction, relative humidity and air pressure taken at Telescopio Nazionale Galileo (TNG), Carlsberg Automatic Meridian Circle (CAMC; now called Carlsberg Meridian Telescope) and Nordic Optical Telescope (NOT) at Observatorio del Roque de Los Muchachos, in the Canary Islands. Aims. Data are(More)
We present numerical simulations and measurements of shot noise in resonant tunneling structures. We show that when electron-electron interaction through Coulomb force and Pauli exclusion is properly taken into account, the main features of noise behavior of such devices can be correctly predicted. Electron-electron interaction is shown to be responsible(More)
Context. It is known that the Canary Islands are normally affected by dominant winds flowing from north-northeast, that in some meteorological conditions, can transport sand from the Sahara desert at high altitude. The dust may affect the efficiency of the telescopes and decrease the transparency of the sky. Aims. To maximize the scientific return of the(More)