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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Calculation of the Neutron Induced Fission Cross-Section of 233Pa up to 20 MeV.VLADUCA G.; HAMBSCH F.-j.; TUDORA A.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; OBERSTEDT A.; TOVESSON Fredrik; FILIPESCU D.Articles in Journals
2004Calculation of the Neutron-Induced Fission Cross-Section of 233Pa.VLADUCA G.; HAMBSCH Franz-josef; TUDORA A.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; TOVESSON Fredrik; OBERSTEDT A.; FILIPESCU D.Articles in Journals
2005Calculation of the Reaction Cross Section for Several ActinidesHAMBSCH FRANZ-JOSEF; VLADUCA Gheorghita; TUDORA Anabella; OBERSTEDT STEPHAN; FILIPESCU D.Contributions to Conferences
2013Cross sections for inelastic scattering of neutrons on 28Si and comparison with the 25Mg(α, n)28Si reactionNEGRET A.; BORCEA C; BUCURESCU D.; DELEANU D.; DESSAGNE Philippe; FILIPESCU D.; GHITA D.; GLODARIU T.; KERVENO M.; MARGINEAN N, et alArticles in Journals
2005Fission Cross Section Calculations for Pa IsotopesHAMBSCH FRANZ-JOSEF; VLADUCA Gheorghita; TUDORA Anabella; OBERSTEDT STEPHAN; FILIPESCU D.Contributions to Conferences
2008Prompt Fission Neutron Multiplicity and Spectrum Calculations for Thermal and Fast Neutron Induced Reactions on 233,231Pa NucleiTUDORA Anabella; VLADUCA Gheorghita; HAMBSCH FRANZ-JOSEF; FILIPESCU D.; OBERSTEDT STEPHANArticles 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
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