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2006Determination of the Branching Ratio for the 209Bi(n, gamma) 210Bi Reaction from 500 eV to 20keVBORELLA ALESSANDRO; BELGYA Tamas; BERTHOMIEUX E.; COLONNA N.; DOMINGO PARDO César; GUNSING Frank; MARRONE S.; MARTINEZ T.; MASSIMI C.; MASTINU P.m., et alContributions to Conferences
2007Measurement of the Neutron Capture Cross Section of the s-only Isotope 204Pb from 1 eV to 440 keVDOMINGO PARDO César; ABBONDANNO U.; AERTS G.; ALVAREZ POL H.; ALVAREZ-VELARDE F.; ANDRIAMONJE S.; ANDRZEJEWSKI J.; ASSIMAKOPOULOS P.; AUDOUIN L.; BADUREK G., et alArticles in Journals
2006Measurement of the Resonance Capture Cross Section of 204,206Pb and Termination of the s-ProcessDOMINGO PARDO César; PLOMPEN ARJAN; RULLHUSEN PETER; N_TOF COLLABORATION TheContributions to Conferences
2006Neutron Capture Measurements on the s-Process Termination Isotopes Lead and BismuthDOMINGO PARDO César; PLOMPEN ARJAN; RULLHUSEN PETER; N_TOF COLLABORATION TheContributions to Conferences
2006New Measurement of Neutron Capture Resonances in 209BiDOMINGO PARDO César; PLOMPEN ARJAN; RULLHUSEN PETER; N_TOF COLLABORATION TheArticles in Journals
2006Pulse Shape Analysis of Signals from BaF2 and CeF3 Scintillators for Neutron Capture ExperimentsMARRONE S.; BERTHOMIEUX E.; BECVAR F.; CANO OTT D.; COLONNA N.; DOMINGO PARDO César; GUNSING Frank; HAIGHT R.c.; MEIL M.; KAEPPELER F., et alArticles in Journals
2006Resonance Capture Cross Section of 207PbDOMINGO PARDO César; ABBONDANNO U.; N TOF COLLABORATION -Articles in Journals
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