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Title: Review of gamma-ray transitions from keV neutron captur.
Authors: Allen, BJ
Keywords: Neutron reactions
keV range
Issue Date: Sep-1970
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Allen, B. J. (1970). Review of gamma-ray transitions from keV neutron capture (AAEC/TM565). Lucas Heights, N.S.W.: Research Establishment, Australian Atomic Energy Commission Research Establishment.
Abstract: The study of gamma rays from neutron capture in the keV energy region provides information on the properties of individual resonances with keV spacing in light nuclei or nuclei near closed shells, and on the average behaviour of resonances in heavy nuclei. The effects of p and d-wave capture can be investigated across the periodic table, as can the neutron capture mechanisms. A variety of techniques are applicable in this energy range and these, with the results obtained, are reviewed in this paper.
Gov't Doc #: 863
ISBN: 0642993793
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