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Published by Nuclear Data Project, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nuclear physics -- Tables -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] R. C. Gibbs [and] Katharine Way.
GenreBibliography, Catalogs.
ContributionsWay, Katharine, 1903- joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7144.N8 G5
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 185 p.
Number of Pages185
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6264258M
LC Control Number58060660
OCLC/WorldCa2776193

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A directory to nuclear data tabulations. By Roswell Clifton. Gibbs and Katharine Way. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Nuclear physics Washington, Nuclear Data Project, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU Supplement to Directory to Nuclear Data Tabulations, Dec. to June , in Nuclear Data Tables, Part 4, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. , , $ AECL ANL CFSTI CRP CRT cy Dep. mfilm NASA ORNL TID UCRL ANGULAR-MOMENTUM AND ANGULAR-CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS BIBLIOGRAPHIC Cited by: 1. The discussions proceed by taking into consideration the theoretical aspects of activation analysis, giving emphasis to basic concepts, sources of nuclear data and experimental methods, and selection of activation reactions. The book also considers the experimental methods in activation analysis.   The discussions proceed by taking into consideration the theoretical aspects of activation analysis, giving emphasis to basic concepts, sources of nuclear data and experimental methods, and selection of activation reactions. The book also considers the experimental methods in activation analysis. Other topics discussed are irradiation facilities; the preparation Book Edition: 1.

guidelines to essential nuclear standards quantities for a variety of basic and applied endeavours. The file consists of status summaries for eighteen nuclear data standards and data tabulations. The narrative summaries describe the current status of each of the standards and include references to recent relevant work and areas of. A directory of nuclear data tabulations / Nuclear Data Project, National Research Council (U.S.) Committee on Nuclear Science. By R. C. Gibbs, . Included in this publication is a comprehensive tabulation of nuclear data especially relevant for medical, industrial, research, and protection applications. Extensive microscopic cross-sections for neutron and proton interaction with elements important to dosimetry, radiation transport, and industrial applications are provided. Tables of Nuclear Data: The following data are available by clicking an element name: Weight of natural elements ( and nd, Pure Appl. Chem., 81(11), pp ()) Spin and parity of each isotope (same as WWW Chart of the Nuclides ) Mass of each.

A Directory Of Computer Software (report No. Pb84 ) N.t.i.s. DIR/ () Available P A Directory To Nuclear Data Tabulations Gibbs, R. C. (eds) Eds. Way, Katharine DIR/ () Available P A First Course In The Finite Element Method Using Algor Logan, Daryl L. evaluations, data files or tabulations contained or described in this book the reader is referred to the addresses given in Chapter 3 or in the list of CRP participants. The IAEA wishes to thank all CRP participants who contributed to the success of the. The present lists, which cover material available to us up to June , supersede those in Section 3 of the Directory to Nuclear Data Tabulations 1 and its supplements. 2, 3 Bibliographies of some abridged tables and review articles in the same field are included in the third and fourth sections. tation capabilities. Originally, almost all nuclear data were provided by measurement programmes. Over time, theoretical understanding of nuclear phenomena has reached a high degree of reliability, and nuclear modeling has become standard practice in nuclear data evaluations (with measurements remaining critical for data testing and benchmark-ing).File Size: 2MB.