Activation Analysis Handbook by R. Koch (Auth.)

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7 d e u t e r o n s ; F e does not i n t e r f e r e ; irradiation A4 A7 C 1 2 C37 C 3 8 R 7 T I V2 sensitivity - 1 ppm; ultimate sensitivity much better than that observed. Excitation function f r o m E ( 0 . 3 2 8 M e v ) t o 20 M e v ; E = 3 . 1 M e v and 8 M e v ; σ ( 3 . 1) = 40 m b ; A3 B l N2 N 5 N6 W l l σ ( 8 ) = 100 m b . Ll2. ,^11 C (y,n)C D e t e r m i n a t i o n of C b y x - r a y Lll irradiation. E x c i t a t i o n f u n c t i o n f r o m E ^ ( 18. 7 M e v ) t o 2 6 0 M e v ; tn MVT13 L~ 1 3 # C (p,n)N Ll2.

O t h e r s : B 6 0 , BOS, B o ? , D 1 3 , F 7 , J l l , 23 Na 23 (n, p)Ne Excitation function f r o m E K16, K17, L4, ( 3 . 5 M e v ) t o 8. 2 M e v ; E L8, 0 5 , R 3 , S2, S6, S7, S33, S47, > 8 . 2 M e v ; σ ( 8 . 2) = 12 m b ; H46 σ ( 1 4 . 5) = 3 3 . 9 m b . 23 Na 22 (n, 2n)Na E x c i t a t i o n f u n c t i o n f r o m 15 M e v to 120 M e v ; E t 1 ~- 10 M e v ; E ~- 30 M e v ; cr(30) ~ ' th Ρ 24 Na23(n,y)Na24 23 Na 23 24 27 0 . 12 b . 24 P o s s i b l e i n t e r f e r e n c e f r o m Mg (n, p)Na ; f r o m Al (n, ff)Na P o s s i b l e i n t e r f e r e n c e f r o m Ne (n, y)Ne ; f r o m Mg (n, ff)Ne .

38 b ; σ ( 14. 5) = 0. 22 b . |Si29(n,p)Al29 i 30 E = 1 . 8 M e v ; σ ( 3 . 3) = 2 . 7 m b j c r ( 1 4 . 5 ) = 0. 10 b . 9 mb. 28 (n,p)AL 29 P2 (n, p)Si 27 Possible interference from Al j from S 28 (n,γ)Α1 ( n , ûr)Si 31 ; from P with a 3 m a t r i x . 28 ( n ,

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