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R 2   NOMEN( I      URE WESTCOT       g   I FACTORS AND NEUTRON
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SP    T    SIAlPE DET PIENDENT FORMA LSM
.DUinitions and nomenlature
1.   Prom pt /   factors  ...........................
2.2.2.  E le o  enta  cross-sections  ... ............................................... .  5
2 2 3.   E ffective  capture  crosssections  ................................................  6
224. Theiral and epithermal fluxes
2.2.5.  W estcott q  factors  .  .  ...  . ..        ..... ..   .......    . .. . .... .  7
SGe  lized forma lism                                                         .        12
23.2. Non-1/v absorbers, effective  fac tors and cadmium ratios .. .......... .  .. .   14
23.3  Prompt capture  gamma counting  rates ..........................................  16
2 3A .  Experim ental k   ac tor s      ........................................    .   17
C   clucdini iemarks .....                                                               7
e   o   i'ptc 2 ...18
APTR   (3 HIARAC(E RIS 1(       )01 P( AA FA   ILlTES
3 hI SNI-KA ERI PGAA facility and diffracted polychromatic neutron bear ms. ....... .  21
3.2.   haacterization of prompt gamma netion activation analysis at the DaLt research reactor..  24
..  Expetimental configuration .                                                     24
3.2 ,2.  Characteristics of  the  system  ....... .... ... . .  . .  . .... ... ...............  25
Promp  gamma no   activ ation  nalm sis at NIST  ............................................  26
N. iuro capire gammna ray facilities at the Budapest Research Reactor  .... .    ..     28
3.4.1. Beam characteristics ..                                                       28
3,4,2. Instrumentation at the Budapest PG   facility.                                   2
343   Detection  efficiency  and  system  no n-linearity  ...................................  29
.4  Data acquisition and analysis
"5.P pt gammn a ray neutron activation analysis at the BhabhIa Atomic Reseach (ere  .
3.5.2.  N Sampe irradiation and data acquisition ......  ..... .. .. ..                 32
I.5.3  Energy calibration and peak area analysis .32
354  Eficiencry calibration                  ...       ..
he new beam facility at the Dhruva reactor . . ..                                33
.  Summary of experimental facilities              . .  .. .. ..  ...  ....  . . .      33
A   4. BE N( HMARKS AND REFEREN CE MATERIALS
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4.   Characterization  of neuton  beams  ..... ...         . .  .. ... . . ... .  . .. .  . . . ..  41
SAal sis  of  unknow n  sam ples  ...................................................... .  3
.4.  Cross seci   ion  measut mentsi  . ..  . ... ....              .  .  .  .  .   ...    .   43
Refciences o ( hapte- 4 .. .                       .                                           4
CHAPTER 5. TERMAL NEUT RON CAPTURE CROSS-SECTlIONS AN)N
NE    (RON SEPARA'TION ENER(IES
R. res'to     S. I Mluhabghab. (G  . Molnar. ..                                                45
5. .  Inl roduction . . .r...........  . .  . .. ..  .. . .. . ..  . .  . ...  ....... . .  . . .......  . ..... . .......  45
5.2.  The rmal cross-section  ev aluation  methodology  ..... ................................  4
.3  Adopted hemal neuton cosssections ..
5.4. Eprimental thermal neutron cross-sections ....                                       46
5.5. Nutron separation energies ...                                                           4
R  icres tot hapter 5
APTER P6. D        EATA SO()RC(ES AND EVALUATION METHODOLOGt
R.   Fi stone (  L  M olnar, Z.  R a   .. ..................................... .... .... . .  65
.. Prompt gamma rav source databases .     .....
6.. The database of one e al....                   .                                  .
6  1.2  The  E  N SD F  database  .. ..... ..............................................  .  65
6. .3. 1he Reedy and Frankle database . ....
.1.4.  The  B udapest database i. .  .. .. . . .    .  ....  ..  ..   .... ... ..  .
62   f valuation datab ases .     .       .     .        .     .     .     ...   ..
63     c Adopted gamma ay energies  .    .    ..
46A  Adopted gamma ray cross sections ...      . ...  .. ........ .                     .      67
(.X  Radioactie decay data.
R eferences  to  ( hapter  6  ..................  ..    ..  .    ............................  .  71
CHAPTER 7. ADOPTED DATABASE AND UASER TABLES
72.  Presentation  of num erical uncertainty  . . .................................  .  .  ... ... .. .  73
3  1soiotpic  data  ..       ''     '.   .'           '....
7.4.  R adioactive  decay  data  ......................... ..................................  .  73
7,5  lac  A0 fo mnulation,                    ' '      '  '..'
7.61. Prompt gamma rays ....                                                              74
S7.6.2  Radi active decay gamma ays .. .......                .. .      . . ....          74
7.6.3. Energy ordered gamma ray table ....                     ..                         7
SiAPTER S.     DROM FOR THE IALA-PGAA DATABIASE
2.   ahe  IA EA  PG AA  database  viewer  . .  ......................... .  . .................  195
3   ThNe  P A A A   data  files  . .........................................  .  ...........  .  9
84  The  evaluated  gamm a  ray  activation  ile  . .  . .........................................  19
..5.   (vPGAA  database evaluation  .. .... .  . ..                    . '  . . ...  ...... .  189
..6. The Isotope Explorer 2 2 ENSDF viewer .w       . ..   .....            .  .. .. .. ... . '  99
R efernce aco (thapte 8 ..... '                                                                  i
AP  EN l,X I.   GAMMA RAY C(ROSS-SECT'ION DATA MEASURED WITH IIITE THIERMAl
NEI  IRON BEAM OF THE BUDAPEST REAC TOR              .......................... 2
PENDIX II. REFERENC ES FROM THF NSTF THERMA NEUTRON
APlUREAMMA R     DATABSE..          .....
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Gamma rays Tables, Neutron capture gamma ray spectroscopy Tables