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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Covariance Data of Experimental Observables in the Resonance RegionSCHILLEBEECKX Peter; BORELLA A.; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS CHRISTOS; MASSIMI C.; MOXON M.; OTSUKA N.; SIRAKOV I.Contributions to Conferences
2005Determination of the 209Bi(n,gamma) Capture Cross Section at a Cold Neutron Beam.MOLNAR Gabor; BELGYA T.; REVAY Zsolt; SZENTMIKLOSI Laslo; BORELLA A.; MOENS Andre; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee; VAN BIJLEN R.Articles in Journals
2005Determination of the 232Th(n,gamma) Cross Section from 4 to 140 keV at GELINA.BORELLA A.; VOLEV Konstantin; BRUSEGAN Antonio; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee; CORVI Francesco; KOYUMDIJIEVA N.; JANEVA N.; LUKYANOV A.Articles in Journals
2013Evaluation of resonance parameters for neutron induced reactions in cadmiumVOLEV K.; BORELLA A.; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS C.; MASSIMI C.; MOENS Andre; MOXON M.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIEGLER Peter; SIRAKOV I., et alArticles in Journals
2004Modeling of the GELINA Neutron Target Using Coupled Electron-Photon-Neutron Transport with MCNP4C3 Code.FLASKA M.; BORELLA A.; LATHOUWERS D.; MIHAILESCU C.l.; MONDELAERS Wim; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; VAN DAM H.; VAN DER HAGEN T.h.j.j.Articles in Journals
2013Neutron capture studies of 206Pb at a cold neutron beamSCHILLEBEECKX Peter; BELGYA T.; BORELLA A.; KOPECKY Stefan; MENGONI A.; QUETEL Christophe; SZENTMIKLOSI L.; TRESL I.; WYNANTS RuudArticles in Journals
2005Neutron Resonance Capture Analysis: Improvements of the Technique for Resonances above 3 keV and New ApplicationsPEREGO R.; POSTMA H.; BLAAUW M.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee; BORELLA A.Contributions to Conferences
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