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A new empirical formula for 14-15 MeV neutron-induced (n, p) reaction cross sections
(Iop Publishing Ltd, 2003)
In this study, we have suggested a new empirical formula to reproduce the cross sections of the (n, p) reactions at 14-15 MeV for the neutron incident energy. This formula obtained using the asymmetry parameters represents ...
Investigation of the (n, 2n) reaction cross sections of some neighbouring nuclei with and without deformation
(Indian Assoc Cultivation Science, 2004)
The (n, 2n) reaction cross section calculations for some neighbouring target nuclei either with deformation or without deformation have been made for an incident energy range of 8 - 24 MeV. In these calculations, the ...
The study of the (n,2n) reaction cross-sections for neighbor deformed nuclei in the region of rare-earth elements
(Slovak Acad Sciences Inst Physics, 2004)
The (n,2n) reaction cross-section calculations for some neighbor deformed target nuclei have been made in the region of rare-earth elements between 8 and 24 MeV incident energy. In the calculations, the geometry dependent ...
Comparison of the decay-rate parameter of the luminescence signal generated by various laboratory radiation doses
In this work the parameter a representing the decay-rate of luminescence signal was investigated for two different samples, for luminescence dating purpose. The procedures of preheating/measurement and dose/preheating/measurement ...
Application of the luminescence single-aliquot technique for dose estimation in the Marmara Sea
(Elsevier Sci Ltd, 2005)
The aim of this study is to obtain the equivalent dose, which is the important quantity for all the studies related to the use of luminescence in dating sediments. Recent advances in luminescence dating have led to increasing ...
Calculations of proton-induced neutron production cross sections on Th-232 up to 1.6 GeV
(Amer Nuclear Society, 2006)
The Th-232(p, xn) and Th-232(p, np) cross sections for incident proton energies in the range of 10 to 1600 MeV have been calculated by using a cascade-exiton model (CEM) combining essential features of the exciton model ...