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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Neutron flux from a 14‐MeV neutron generator with tungsten filter for research in NDA methods for nuclear safeguards and securityRENNHOFER Harald; PEDERSEN Bent; CROCHEMORE Jean-Michel
2009Neutron Induced Capture Reaction Studies in the Resonance Region at GELINABORELLA Alessandro; KOPECKY Stefan; MASSIMI C.; MIHAILESCU Liviu; MOXON Michael; SIEGLER Peter; SIRAKOV Ivan; WARE T.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter
2004Neutron Induced Reaction Cross-Sections from Threshold to 20 MeV.PLOMPEN Arjan
2011Neutron Inelastic Cross Section Measurements for SodiumROUKI CHARIKLIA; KOPECKY Stefan; NANKOV NIKOLAY; PLOMPEN Arjan; STANOIU Mihai; BORCEA Catalin; NEGRET Alexandru
2008Neutron Inelastic Scattering Experiments using GAINS at GELINANEGRET ALEXANDRU; BORCEA Catalin; PLOMPEN ARJAN
2014Neutron inelastic scattering measurements for Na, Mo, Zr, Ge, and UBACQUIAS A.; DESSAGNE Philippe; KERVENO M.; RUDOLF G.; PLOMPEN Arjan; DROHE Jean Claude; ROUKI C.; NANKOV N.; NYMAN MARKUS; BORCEA Catalin, et al
2013Neutron inelastic scattering, recent experiments and their interpretationPLOMPEN Arjan; ROUKI C.; KOPECKY Stefan; KRASA Antonin; NANKOV N.; BACQUIAS A.; DESSAGNE Philippe; KERVENO M.; RUDOLF G.; THIRY J.-C., et al
2005Neutron Resonance Capture Analysis: Improvements of the Technique for Resonances above 3 keV and New ApplicationsPEREGO R.; POSTMA H.; BLAAUW M.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter josee; BORELLA A.
2014Neutron resonance densitometry for particle-like debris of melted fuelHARADA H.; KITATANI F.; KOIZUMI M.; TAKAMINE J.; KURETA M.; TSUTIYA H.; IIMURA H.; SEYA M.; BECKER BJÖRN; KOPECKY Stefan, et al
2011Neutron Resonance Parameters of 197Au from Transmission, Capture and Self-Indication Measurements at GELINAMASSIMI C.; BORELLA Alessandro; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS CHRISTOS; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; MOXON M.; VANNINI G.
2011Neutron Resonance Spectroscopy at GELINASCHILLEBEECKX Peter; BORELLA Alessandro; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS CHRISTOS; MASSIMI C.; MOXON M.
2008Neutron Resonance Spectroscopy at n_TOF at CERNGUNSING Frank; ABBONDANNO U.; AERTS G.; ALVAREZ H.; ALVAREZ-VELARDE F.; ANDRIAMONJE S.; ANDRZEJEWSKI J.; ASSIMAKOPOULOS P.; AUDOUIN L.; BADUREK G., et al
2012Neutron resonance spectroscopy for the characterization of materials and objectsSCHILLEBEECKX Peter; BORELLA Alessandro; EMILIANI FEDERICA; GORINI G.; KOCKELMANN W.; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS C.; MOXON M.; PERELLI CIPPO E.; POSTMA Hans, et al
1996Neutron Response of 4 HE Proportional CounterCASNATI A.; CLAPHAM M.; GRAF Ulrich; LOOMAN M.; WEYRAUCH M.
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
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
2011Neutron-Deuteron Elastic Scattering MeasurementsSTANOIU Mihai; NANKOV NIKOLAY; PLOMPEN Arjan; ROUKI CHARIKLIA; KOZIER K.; RAO R.; ROUBTSOV D.; SVENNE J. P.; CANTON L.
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
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