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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2001Neutron Scattering Study of the Static and Dynamic Properties of UNi2Al3.HIESS Arno; BROWN P.j.; ASO Naofumi; ROESSLI B.; BERNHOEFT N.; SATO N.k.; LANDER Gerard heath
2008Neutron Spectra Measurement and Comparison of the HFR and THOR BNCT BeamsLIU Yuan-Hao; NIEVAART Victor Alexander; TSAI Pi-En; LIU Hong-Ming; MOSS Raymond; JIANG Shiang-Huei
2009Neutron spectra measurement and comparison of the HFR and THOR BNCT beamsLIU Yuan-Hao; NIEVAART Victor Alexander; TSAI Pi-En; LIU Hong-Ming; MOSS Raymond; JIANG Shiang-Huei
1988Neutron Spectrometry Measurements in IronPERLINI Giuseppe; ACERBIS Silverio; CARTER Mike
2004Neutron Spectroscopy Investigations with GELINA.WEIGMANN Hermann
2010Neutron spectroscopy of plutonium oxide using matrix unfolding approachZAK Thomas; CLARKE Shaun D.; BOURNE Mark; POZZI Sara; XU Yunlin; DOWNAR Thomas; PEERANI Paolo
2003Neutron Spectroscopy with Fast Waveform Digitizer.KORNILOV N.; KHRIACHKOV V.a.; DUNAEV M.; KAGALENKO A.b.; SEMENOVA N.n.; DEMENKOV V.g.; PLOMPEN A.j.m.
2007Neutron Spin-echo on Magnetic Single Crystals in the Quantum LimitBLACKBURN Elizabeth; HIESS A.; BERNHOEFT N.; RHEINSTAEDTER M.; FOUQUET P.; LANDER Gerard
2011Neutron Total and Capture Cross Section of Tungsten IsotopesLAMPOUDIS CHRISTOS; KOPECKY Stefan; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIEGLER Peter; GUBER Klaus
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 Ruud
2000Neutron- and Synchrotron Diffraction Study of UPtGe.MANNIX D.; COAD S.; LANDER Gerard heath; REBIZANT Jean; BROWN P.j.; PAIXAO J.a.; LANGRIDGE Sean; KAWAMATA S.; YAMAGUCHI Y.
2011Neutron-Deuteron Elastic Scattering MeasurementsSTANOIU Mihai; NANKOV NIKOLAY; PLOMPEN Arjan; ROUKI CHARIKLIA; KOZIER K.; RAO R.; ROUBTSOV D.; SVENNE J. P.; CANTON L.
1999Neutron-Diffraction Studies of Single Crystals of U2T2In (T = Ni, Pd, Pt).MARTIN-MARTIN A.; PEREIRA Laura cristina; LANDER Gerard heath; REBIZANT Jean; WASTIN Franck henri; SPIRLET Jean claude; DERVENAGAS P.; BROWN P.j.
2007Neutron-Induced Activation Cross Sections of Different Isotopes of Zr, W and Ta from the Threshold to 20 MeVSEMKOVA Valentina; JAIME TORNIN RICARDO; MOENS ANDRE; PLOMPEN ARJAN
2011Neutron-Induced Activation Cross Sections on Hafnium Isotopes from the Threshold to 20 MevSEMKOVA Valentina; JANEVA N.; KOYUMDJIEVA N.; JAIME TORNIN R.; MOENS Andre; PLOMPEN Arjan; VOLEV KONSTANTIN
2012Neutron-induced fission cross section measurement of 233U, 241Am and 243Am in the energy range 0.5MeV </= En </= 20MeV at n_TOF at CERNBELLONI F.; MILAZZO P. M.; CALVIANI M.; COLONNA N.; MASTINU P.; ABBONDANNO U.; AERTS G.; ALVAREZ H.; ALVAREZ-VELARDE F.; ANDRIAMONJE S., et al
2010Neutron-Induced Fission Cross Section of 234U and 237Np Measured at the CERN Neutron Time-of-Flight (n TOF) FacilityPARADELA C.; TASSAN-GOT L.; AUDOUIN L.; BERTHIER B.; DURAN I.; FERRANT L.; ISAEV S.; LE NAOUR C.; STEPHAN C.; TARRIO D., et al
2014Neutron-induced fission cross section of 234U measured at the CERN n_TOF facilityKARADIMOS D.; VLASTOU R.; IOANNIDIS K.; DEMETRIOU P.; DIAKAKI M.; VLACHOUDIS V.; PAVLOPOULOS P.; KONOVALOV V.; ABBONDANNO U.; AERTS G., et al
2012Neutron-induced fission cross section of 245Cm: New results from data taken at the time-of-flight facility n TOFCALVIANI M.; MEAZE M.; COLONNA N.; PRAENA J.; ABBONDANNO U.; AERTS G.; ALVAREZ H.; ALVAREZ-VELARDE F.; ANDRIAMONJE S.; ANDRZEJEWSKI J., et al
2008Neutron-Induced Fission Cross Sections Measurements at n_TOFAUDOUIN L.; TASSAN-GOT L.; STÉPHAN C.; PARADELA C.; BERTHIER B.; FERRANT L.; ISAEV S.; LE NAOUR C.; TRUBERT D.; DURAN I., et al
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