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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Left-right and Angular Asymmetry of Fission Neutron Emission.KORNILOV NIKOLAI; HAMBSCH FRANZ-JOSEF; FABRY IMRICH; OBERSTEDT STEPHAN; SIMAKOV S. P.Contributions to Conferences
2008A Neutron Beam Facility at SPIRAL-2LEDOUX X.; AÏCHE M.; BAN G.; BARREAU G.; BAUMANN P.; BEM P.; BLIDEANU V.; BLOMGREN J.; CZAJKOWSKI S.; DESSAGNE Philippe; DUPONT E.; DORÉ D.; ETHVIGNOT T.; FISCHER U.; GUNSING Frank; JACQUOT B.; JURADO B.; KERVENO Maëlle; LECOLLEY F. R.; LECOUEY J. L.; NEGOITA J.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; PETRASCU M.; PLOMPEN Arjan; REJMUND F.; RIDIKAS D.; RUDOLF G.; SHCHERBAKOV O.; SIMAKOV S. P.; TAÏEB J.Contributions to Conferences
2011The Neutrons for Science Facility at SPIRAL-2LEDOUX X.; AICHE Mourad; AVRIGEANU Marilena; AVRIGEANU Vlad-Gabriel; Audouin L; BALANZAT E.; BAN-D’ETAT B.; BAN G.; BARREAU Gerard; BAUGE E.; BELIER G.; BEM P.; BLIDEANU V.; BLOMGREN J.; BORCEA Catalin; BOUFFARD S.; CAILLAUD T.; CHATILLON A.; CZAJKOWSKI Serge; DESSAGNE P.; DORÉ D.; FALLOT M.; FARGET F.; FISCHER U.; GIOT L.; GRANIER T.; GUILLOUS S.; GUNSING Frank; GUSTAVSSON C.; HERBER S.; JACQUOT B.; JURADO B.; KERVENO Maëlle; KLIX A.; LANDOAS O.; LECOLLEY F. R.; LECOLLEY J. F.; LECOUEY J. L.; MAJERLE M.; MARIE N.; MATERNA T.; MRAZEK J.; NEGOITA F.; NOVAK J.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; OBERSTEDT Andreas; PANEBIANCO S.; PERROT L.; PETRASCU M.; PLOMPEN Arjan, et alContributions to Conferences
2008New Experimental and Theoretical Results for the 235U Fission Neutron SpectrumKORNILOV Nikolai; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; FABRY Imrich; OBERSTEDT Stephan; SIMAKOV S. P.Contributions to Conferences
2009Recent Measurements of the Prompt Neutron Emission Spectrum from Neutron-induced Fission of 235UKORNILOV Nikolai; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; FABRY Imrich; OBERSTEDT Stephan; SIMAKOV S. P.Articles in books
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