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|Title:||Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - some examples|
|Authors:||WALLNER A.; BICHLER Max; BELGYA T.; BUCZAK K.; DILLMANN I.; FORSTNER O.; GOLSER Robin; KÄPPELER F.; KLIX A.; KORSCHINEK G.; KRASA ANTONIN; KUTSCHERA Walter; LEDERER C.; MENGONI A.; PAUL M.; PLOMPEN Arjan; PRILLER Alfred; SEMKOVA V.; STEIER P.|
|Citation:||EPJ Web of Conferences vol. 35 p. 01003 [6 pages]|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||We summarize some recent cross-section measurements using accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS). AMS represents an ultra-sensitive technique for measuring a limited, but steadily increasing number of longer-lived radionuclides. This method implies a two-step procedure with sample activation and subsequent AMS measurement. Applications include nuclear astrophysics, nuclear technology (nuclear fusion, nuclear fission and advanced reactor concepts and radiation dose estimations). A series of additional applications involves cosmogenic radionuclides in environmental, geological and extraterrestrial studies. Lack of information exists for a list of nuclides as pointed out by nuclear data requests. An overview of some recent measurements is given and the method is exemplified for some specific neutron-induced reactions.|
|JRC Directorate:||Health, Consumers and Reference Materials|
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