CURRENT STATUS OF NUCLEAR DECAY DATA AND REPORT ON THE IAEA COORDINATED RESEARCH PROGRAMME ON THE MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION OF TRANSACTINIUM ISOTOPE NUCLEAR DECAY DATA
In 1977, the IAEA organized a Coordinated Research Programme to address the needs for highly accurate actinide nuclide decay data identified at the first Advisory Group Meeting on Transactinium Isotope Nuclear Data, held in Karlsruhe in 1975. During the years of its existence, this CRP has made significant strides towards achieving the goals outlined at Karlsruhe and subsequently refined at a second Advisory Group Meeting, held in Cadarache in 1979. In this paper, the make-up of the CRP and its work in the areas of decay data measurement and evaluation are presented and its significant accomplishments summarized. We also discuss the contents and philosophy of the final report, containing the results of the measurements and evaluations carried out by the CRP participants, to be published following the planned termination of this Programme in November, 1984.
Bibliographic Reference: IAEA 3RD ADVISORY GROUP MEETING ON TRANSACTINIUM ISOTOPE NUCLEAR DATA, UPPSALA (SWEDEN), MAY 21-25, 1984 WRITE TO CEC LUXEMBOURG, DG XIII/A2, POB 1907 MENTIONING PAPER E 31533 ORA
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