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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Discrimination of Pile up in a Fission Fragment Detection Experiment.DEMATTE Luca; HAMBSCH F.-j.; BAX Hugo jacob usArticles in Journals
2003Evaluation of the Fission Cross-Section within the Multi-Modal Fission Approach for 235U(n,f).VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.; HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; RUSKOV IvanArticles in Journals
2004Facility for Neutron Multiplicity Measurements in Fission.DUSHIN V. n.; HAMBSCH F.-j.; JAKOVLEV V.a.; KALININ V.a.; KRAEV I.s.; LAPTEV A.-b.; NIKOLAEV D.v.; PETROV B. f.; PETROV G.-a.; PETROVA V.i., et alArticles in Journals
2002Fission Cross-Section Evaluations in the Frame of the Multi-Modal Fission Model for 237Np(n,f).VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.; HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT StephanArticles in Journals
1998Fission Mode Calculation for 239U; a Revision of the Multi-Modal Random Neck-Rupture Model.OBERSTEDT Stephan; HAMBSCH F.-j.; DEMATTE LucaArticles in Journals
2004An Interpretation of the Energy Dependence of Delayed Neutron Yields in the Resonance Region for 235U and 239Pu.OHSAWA Takaaki; HAMBSCH F.-j.Articles in Journals
2000Investigation of the Fission Fragment Properties of the Reaction 238-U(n,f) at Incident Neutron Energies up to 5.8 MeV.VIVES Florence; HAMBSCH F.-j.; BAX Hugo jacob us; OBERSTEDT StephanArticles in Journals
2001Mass Distributions in Nucleon-Induced Fission at Intermediate Energies.DUIJVESTIJN M.c.; KONING A.j.; HAMBSCH F.-j.Articles in Journals
2000Mass, Kinetic Energy and Neutron Emission of Fragments in Spontaneous Fission 252Cf, 244Cm, 248Cm.KALININ V.a.; DUSHIN V.n.; PETROV B.f.; YAKOVLEV V.a.; VOROBYEV A.s.; LAPTEV A.b.; PETROV G.a.; PLEVA Y.-s.; SHCHERBAKOV O.a.; SOKOLOV V.e., et alArticles in Journals
2002Neutron-Induced Fission Cross-Section of 233-Pa between 1.0 and 3.0 MeV.TOVESSON Fredrik; HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT A.; FOGELBERG B.; RAMSTROEM E.; OBERSTEDT StephanArticles in Journals
2001New Evidence Intense Scission Neutron Source in the 252-Cf Spontaneous Fission.KORNILOV N.; KAGALENKO A.b.; POUPKO S.-v.; ANDROSENKO P.-a.; HAMBSCH F.-j.Articles in Journals
2005Prediction of Fission Mass Yield Distributions Based on Cross-Section Evaluations.HAMBSCH F.-j.; VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; RUSKOV IvanArticles in Journals
2002Prompt Fission Neutron Multiplicity and Spectra Evaluation in the Frame of the Multi-Modal Fission Model for 237Np(n,f) and 238U(n,f).HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.Articles in Journals
2003Prompt Fission Neutron Multiplicity and Spectrum Evaluation for 235U(n,f) in the Frame of the Multi-modal Fission Model.HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; TUDORA A.; VLADUCA G.; RUSKOV IvanArticles in Journals
2005Reply to "Comment on Calculation of the Neutron Induced Fission Cross-Section of 233Pa'"HAMBSCH F.-j.; VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; TOVESSON Fredrik; OBERSTEDT A.; FILIPESCU D.Articles in Journals
2001Scission Neutrons at Fission of 235U and 252Cf.KORNILOV N.; KAGALENKO A.b.; HAMBSCH F.-j.Articles in Journals
2000Study of the 237Np(n,f)-Reaction at MeV Neutron Energies.HAMBSCH F.-j.; VIVES Florence; SIEGLER Peter; OBERSTEDT StephanArticles in Journals
2002Symmetric Uranium Neutron-Induced Fission.MASLOV V.-m.; HAMBSCH F.-j.Articles in Journals
2000Systematic Investigation of Fission Reactions at IRMM.HAMBSCH F.-j.Contributions to Conferences
2000A Twin Ionization Chamber Setup as Detector for Light Charged Particles with Energies around 1 MeV Applied to the 10-B(n,alpha)7Li Reaction.GOEPFERT Alois; HAMBSCH F.-j.; BAX Hugo jacob usArticles in Journals
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