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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Average Neutron Parameters for HafniumNOGUERE Gilles; RICH E.; DE SAINT JEAN C.; LITAIZE O.; SIEGLER Peter; AVRIGEANU V.Articles in Journals
2008The JEFF Evaluated Nuclear Data ProjectKONING Arjan J.; AVRIGEANU M.; AVRIGEANU V.; BATISTONI P.; BAUGE E.; BÉ M.-M.; BEM P.; BERNARD D.; BERSILLON O.; BIDAUD A., et alContributions to Conferences
2002Measurement of the nat-Mo(n,x)94Nb Cross Section Using Ultra-Low Level gamma-Ray Spectrometry at HADES.REIMER P.; HULT Mikael; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; JOHNSTON Peter n.; AVRIGEANU V.; QAIM S.m.Articles in Journals
2003Neutron Activation Cross Sections for Safety of Nuclear Power Plants.SEMKOVA V.; AVRIGEANU V.; PLOMPEN Arjan; REIMER P.; SMITH D.l.; SUDAR S.; KONING A.; FORREST R.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003Optical Model Potentials for Alpha-Particles Scattering around the Coulomb Barrier on A-100 Nuclei.AVRIGEANU M.; VON OERTZEN W.; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; AVRIGEANU V.Articles in Journals
2002Preequilibrium-Emission Surface Effects in Activation Reactions.AVRIGEANU M.; AVRIGEANU V.; PLOMPEN A.j.m.Articles in Journals
2001Reaction Mechanisms of Fast Neutrons on 51V below 21 MeVREIMER P.; AVRIGEANU V.; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; QAIM S.m.Articles in Journals
2005Reaction Mechanisms of Fast Neutrons on Stable Mo Isotopes below 21 MeV.REIMER P.; AVRIGEANU V.; CHUVAEV S.v.; FILATENKOV A.; GLODARIU T.; KONING A.; PLOMPEN Arjan; QAIM S.m.; SMITH D.l.; WEIGMANN H.Articles in Journals
2004A Systematic Investigation of Reaction Cross Sections and Isomer Ratios for Neutrons up to 20 MeV on Ni-Isotopes and 59Co by Measurements with the Activation Technique and New Model Studies of the Underlying Reaction Mechanisms.SEMKOVA V.; AVRIGEANU V.; GLODARIU T.; KONING A.j.; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; SMITH D.l.; SUDAR S.Articles in Journals
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