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|Title:||The New Pulsed Mono-Energetic Neutron Source at IRMM at the Shape Isomer Search in 239U|
|Authors:||OBERSTEDT STEPHAN; LOEVESTAM GOERAN; CHAVES DE JESUS CARLOS; GAMBONI THIERRY; GEERTS WOUTER; JAIME TORNIN RICARDO|
|Citation:||AIP Conference Proceedings vol. 798 p. 273-276|
|Publisher:||American Institute of Physics|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||In the frame of the exploratory research initiative of the JRC a new pulsing device has been installed at the Van-de-Graaff of the IRMM to produce pulsed quasi mono-energetic neutron beams in the MeV range. The pulse width may be tuned from 10 mus up to several hundreds of mus with a repetition rate between 1 Hz and 5 kHz. The aim is to study the decay of short-lived activation products between pulses in an essentially neutron-free environment. In a first application the shape isomer in 239U is searched, for which a decay half-life probably much longer than a few tens of mus has been predicted in literature. The new facility will be presented together with first results on the shape-isomer search, and some possible applications will be discussed.|
|JRC Institute:||Health, Consumers and Reference Materials|
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