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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Advances in Neutron-Induced Resonance Reaction Cross Section Studies at GELINABORELLA Alessandro; GUNSING Frank; KOPECKY Stefan; IVANOV Ivaylo; MIHAILESCU Liviu; MOXON Michael; PLOMPEN Arjan; SAGE C.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIEGLER Peter, et alContributions to Conferences
2010High Resolution Measurements of the 241Am(n,2n) Reaction Cross SectionSAGE C.; SEMKOVA Valentina; BOULAND O.; DESSAGNE Philippe; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; GUNSING F.; NÄSTREN C.; NOGUERE G.; OTTMAR H.; PLOMPEN Arjan, et alArticles in Journals
2013Neutron transmission and capture cross section measurements for 241Am at the GELINA facilityLAMPOUDIS C.; KOPECKY Stefan; BOULAND Olivier; GUNSING F.; NOGUERE G.; PLOMPEN Arjan; SAGE C.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; WYNANTS RuudArticles in Journals
2008A New High Efficiency Array of C6D6 Detectors for Capture Cross Section Measurements at GELINASAGE C.; BERTHOUMIEUX E.; BOULAND O.; GUNSING Frank; PLOMPEN Arjan; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIEGLER Peter; VAN OPSTAL N.; WYNANTS RuudContributions to Conferences
2012Reaction cross-sections, fission yields and prompt neutron emission from actinide targetsHAMBSCH Franz-Josef; OBERSTEDT Stephan; AL-ADILI ALI; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; PLOMPEN Arjan; KOPECKY Stefan; SAGE C.; LAMPOUDIS CHRISTOSContributions to Conferences
2011Transmission and Capture Measurements for 241Am at GELINALAMPOUDIS CHRISTOS; KOPECKY Stefan; PLOMPEN Arjan; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIEGLER Peter; GUNSING F.; SAGE C.; BOULAND O.Contributions to Conferences
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