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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002The 17O(n,alpha)14C Reaction from Subthermal up to Approximately 350 keV Neutron Energy.WAGEMANS Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; SEROT Olivier; LOISELET M.; GAELENS M.Articles in Journals
2002The 234-U(nth,f) Cross Section Revised.WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; SEROT OlivierArticles in Journals
2002An 26-Al Target for (n,p) and (n,alpha) Cross-Section Measurements.INGELBRECHT Christopher dougl as; MOENS Andre; WAGEMANS Jan; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrichContributions to Conferences
2001Determination of Atomic Masses and Nuclear Binding Energies via Neutron Induced Reactions.WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; GOEMINE G.Articles in Journals
1998Determination of the Thermal Neutron Induced 17O(n,alpha)14C Reaction Cross-Section.WAGEMANS Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; BIEBER Ronald; GELTENBORT P.Articles in Journals
2000Experimental Determination of the 14-N(n,p)14C Reaction Cross Section for Thermal Neutrons.WAGEMANS Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; GELTENBORT P.Articles in Journals
1999Experimental Determination of the 234-U(nth,f) Cross-Section.WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; GELTENBORT P.; ZIMMER O.Articles in Journals
2007Experimental Determination of the 26Al(n,alpha)23Na Reaction Cross Section and Calculation of the Maxwellian Averaged Cross Section at Stellar TemperaturesDE SMET LIESBETH; WAGEMANS CYRIEL; WAGEMANS Jan; HEYSE Jan; VAN GILS J.Articles in Journals
2007High Resolution Measurements of the 234U(n,f) Cross Section in the Neutron Energy Range from 0.5 V up to 100 keVHEYSE Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; DE SMET L.; SEROT Olivier; WAGEMANS Jan; VAN GILS JackArticles in Journals
2005Investigation of the (n,p) and (n,alpha) Reactions on 26Al and 36Cl and their Astrophysical RelevanceDE SMET L; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; WAGEMANS Jan; HEYSE Jan; VAN GILS JackContributions to Conferences
2000Investigation of the 37-Ar(n,p)37-Cl and 37-Ar(n,alpha)34-S Reactions in the Neutron Energy Range from 10 meV to 100 keV.GEOMINNE G.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; SEROT Olivier; LOISELET M.; GAELENS M.Articles in Journals
2001Investigation of the Thermal 26Al(n,pi)26Mg and26Al(n,alphai)23Na Reactions.WAGEMANS Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; GELTENBORT P.; MOENS AndreArticles in Journals
2014Monitoring radiation embrittlement during life extension periodsBALLESTEROS AVILA ANTONIO; ALTSTADT Eberhard; GILLEMOT F.; HEIN Hieronymus; WAGEMANS Jan; ROUDEN J.; BARTHELMES J.; WILFORD K.; SERRANO Marta; BRUMOVSKY Milan, et alArticles in Journals
2010Open Issues in Reactor DosimetryBALLESTEROS AVILA ANTONIO; DEBARBERIS Luigi; VOORBRAAK Wim; WAGEMANS Jan; D'HONDT PierreArticles in Journals
2002Preparation and Characterisation of an 39Ar Sample and Study of the 39Ar(nth,alpha)36S Reaction.GOEMINNE G.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; KOESTER U.; GELTENBORT P.; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrich; JOHANSSON Lena; POMME StefanArticles in Journals
2002Preparation of Highly Enriched 17-O Samples for Neutron Induced Reaction Studies.WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; GOEMINNE G.; LOISELET M.; GAELENS M.Contributions to Conferences
2002Realization of Nuclear Targets by Ion Implantation. The 17O Case.GAELENS M.; LOISELET M.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; WAGEMANS Jan; GOEMINNE G.Articles in Journals
2009State of the Art 2008 - Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Reactor DosimetryDEBARBERIS Luigi; D'HONDT Pierre; VOORBRAAK Wim P.; WAGEMANS JanBooks
1999Thermal Meutron Induced (n,p) and (n,alpha) Reactions on Ar-37BIEBER Ronald; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; WAGEMANS Jan; DENECKE Bruno willi heinrich; LOISELET M.; GAELENS M.; GELTENBORT P.; OBERHUMMER H.Articles in Journals
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