The consistency between evaluated neutron cross sections and critical-mass data

G. Cain, I. Reiss, J.J. Wagschal, Y. Yeivin

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The development of more systematic procedures for the evaluation of `raw' data on neutron cross sections, and the progress in the automated handling of the resulting cross section libraries, have aroused special interest in the question of consistency between the recommended cross sections and good integral measurements, particularly critical masses of `clean' systems, on one hand; and in the possibility of feed-back from such integral data into the cross-section evaluation process, on the other hand.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBull. Isr. Phys. Soc. (Israel)
Place of PublicationIsrael
Pages9 - 10
Number of pages2
StatePublished - 1971

Bibliographical note

evaluation;neutron cross sections;consistency;integral measurements;critical mass data;


  • nuclear reactions and scattering due to neutrons


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