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Abstract

A neutron spectrometer for the measurement of double-differential neutron-emission cross sections has been set up. An electron linac (GELINA) is used as a pulsed white neutron source. The energy of the incident neutrons is determined by the time-of-flight method. The secondary neutron spectra are determined by unfolding the pulse- height distributions observed in eight NE213- scintillators surrounding the sample. The measured spectra are normalised to the shape of the incident neutron flux measured with a "235"**-fission chamber, and afterwards converted to absolute cross sections using as standard the carbon differential elastic scattering cross section below 2 MeV.

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Authors: DEKEMPENEER E, JRC-GEEL;SCK/CEN, MOL, BELGIUM;LISKIEN H, JRC-GEEL;SCK/CEN, MOL, BELGIUM;MEWISSEN L, JRC-GEEL;SCK/CEN, MOL, BELGIUM;POORTMANS F JRC-GEEL, JRC-GEEL;SCK/CEN, MOL, BELGIUM;SCK/CEN, MOL, BELGIUM, JRC-GEEL;SCK/CEN, MOL, BELGIUM
Bibliographic Reference: NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH, VOL. A256, PP 489-498, 1987
Record Number: 1989126093900 / Last updated on: 1989-05-01
Category: PUBLICATION
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