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Title: Total neutron cross section of terbium in the thermal and epithermal energy regions and determination of the potential scattering cross section
Other Titles: Terbiyumun termal ve epitermal enerji bölgesinde toplam nötron tesir kesitleri ve potansiyel saçılma tesir kesiti
Authors: Cansoy, Ç.
Atasoy, H.
Zebitay, Ş.
TAEK-ÇNAEM
Keywords: Neutrons
Nötronlar
Neutron cross section
Nötron kesit alanı
Terbium
Terbiyum
Issue Date: 1978
Publisher: T.A.E.C., Çekmece Nuclear Research And Training Center
Citation: Cansoy, Ç., Atasoy, H. ve Zebitay, Ş. (1978). Total neutron cross section of terbium in the thermal and epithermal energy regions and determination of the potential scattering cross section. İstanbul : T.A.E.C., Çekmece Nuclear Research And Training Center.
Series/Report no.: T.A.E.C., Çekmece Nuclear Research And Training Center;ÇNAEM-R-187
Abstract: 159Tb'un toplara nötron tesir kesitleri, 0.062 eV'dan 1 eV'a kadar olan enerji aralığında Be(1011) kristal düzlemi monokromatör olarak kullanılarak bir kristal spektrometresinde ölçülmüştür. Deney sonucunda, tek seviyeli Breit-Wigner formülüne en küçük kareler metodu uygulanarak bahis konusu enerji aralığında aşağıdaki rezonans parametreleri tayin edilmiştir; δp = 7,96 ± 1.33 b , A = 5.50 ± 0,86 b X (eV)1/2 .
The total neutron cross section of 159Tb has been measured in the energy range from 0.062 to 1 eV with a crystal spectrometer using the Be(1011) crystal planes as a monochromator. The data in the left wing of the first neutron resonance in 159Tb were fitted directly to the one-level Breit-Wigner formula using the method of least squares. The parameters obtained from the analysis are δp = 7.96 ± 1.33 b and A = 5.50 + 0.86 b X (eV) 1/2 .
Description: TAEK D.N. 7807
URI: http://kurumsalarsiv.tenmak.gov.tr/handle/20.500.12878/563
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