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Published by National Neutron Cross Section Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Associated Universities, inc., available from National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce in Upton, N.Y, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • Neutron cross sections -- Tables.

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Edition Notes

StatementS. F. Mughabghab and D. I. Garber.
ContributionsGarber, Donald I., joint author., Hughes, Donald James, 1915-, National Neutron Cross Section Center.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC793.5.N4624 H83 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5233625M
LC Control Number75303990

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  Neutron Cross Sections, Volume 1: Neutron Resonance Parameters and Thermal Cross Sections, Part A represents the fourth edition of what was previously known as BNL, Neutron Cross Sections, Volume 1. This three-chapter book provides the extensive list of detailed individual resonance parameters for each Edition: 1. Neutron Cross Sections presents the principles of cross-section measurement and use, as well as sufficient theory so that the general behavior of cross sections is made understandable. This compilation is a direct result of experiences connected with the collection and evaluation of cross-section data during the past eight years. Neutron Cross Sections, Volume 1: Neutron Resonance Parameters and Thermal Cross Sections, Part A represents the fourth edition of what was previously known as BNL, Neutron Cross Sections, Volume 1. This three-chapter book provides the extensive list of detailed individual resonance parameters for each isotope.   The JANIS Books are compilations of cross-section curves of evaluated and experimental data from a number of evaluated libraries, nuclear reactions and associated reaction products. JANIS Books are available for nuclear reactions induced by neutrons, photons and light-charged particles.

JANIS Book of neutron-induced cross-sections () Since Th neutron capture cross section is high at epithermal energies [5], as well as the books to come later in this series, are. This group published the first edition of the well-known reference book BNL (Neutron Cross Sections) in The group’s name was changed to the Sigma Center in , then to the National Neutron Cross Section Center in and finally to the NNDC in , when it was given the additional responsibility for nuclear structure and decay data. Cross-sections are used to express the likelihood of particular interaction between an incident neutron and a target nucleus. The standard unit for measuring a nuclear cross section is the barn. Cross-sections are used to express the likelihood of particular interaction between an incident neutron and a . The scattering lengths and cross sections only go through element number 96 Cm (Curium) A long table with the complete list of elements and isotopes is also available. Back to the top-level Center for Neutron Research page. These data were entered by hand from the above cited paper.

The coherent and incoherent cross sections are calculated from the bound scattering lengths for nuclei. The actual cross sections depend on the incoming neutron energy and sample temperature, especially for light elements. For low energy neutrons (cold neutrons), the tabulated cross sections are generally a . Neutron Cross Sections - Volume 1, Resonance Parameters [S. F. Mughabghab] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Neutron‐Induced Fission. Neutron Fission Cross Sections. Products of the Fission Reaction. Energy Release. Neutron Capture Radiative Capture. Neutron Emission. Neutron Elastic Scattering. Summary of Cross‐Section Data Low‐Energy Cross Sections. Spectrum‐Averaged Cross Sections. Evaluated Nuclear Data Files. In nuclear and particle physics, the concept of a neutron cross section is used to express the likelihood of interaction between an incident neutron and a target nucleus. In conjunction with the neutron flux, it enables the calculation of the reaction rate, for example to derive the thermal power of .