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P. Žugec, ∗ M. Barbagallo, N. Colonna, D. Bosnar, S. Altstadt, J. Andrzejewski, L. Audouin, V. Bécares, F. Bečvář, F. Belloni, E. Berthoumieux, 9 J. Billowes, V. Boccone, M. Brugger, M. Calviani, F. Calviño, D. Cano-Ott, C. Carrapiço, F. Cerutti, E. Chiaveri, 9 M. Chin, G. Cortés, M.A. Cortés-Giraldo, M. Diakaki, C. Domingo-Pardo, I. Duran, N. Dzysiuk, C.(More)
The neutron capture cross section of 58Ni was measured at the neutron time of flight facility n_TOF at CERN, from 27 meV to 400 keV neutron energy. Special care has been taken to identify all the possible sources of background, with the so-called neutron background obtained for the first time using high-precision GEANT4 simulations. The energy range up to(More)
The energy-dependent cross section of the ^{7}Be(n,α)^{4}He reaction, of interest for the so-called cosmological lithium problem in big bang nucleosynthesis, has been measured for the first time from 10 meV to 10 keV neutron energy. The challenges posed by the short half-life of ^{7}Be and by the low reaction cross section have been overcome at n_TOF thanks(More)
The integral measurement of the C(n,p)B reaction was performed at the neutron time of flight facility n TOF at CERN. The total number of B nuclei produced per neutron pulse of the n TOF beam was determined using the activation technique in combination with a time of flight technique. The cross section is integrated over the n TOF neutron energy spectrum(More)
A pulse shape analysis framework is described, which was developed for n TOF-Phase3, the third phase in the operation of the n TOF facility at CERN. The most notable feature of this new framework is the adoption of generic pulse shape analysis routines, characterized by a minimal number of explicit assumptions about the nature of pulses. The aim of these(More)
C. Lederer∗1,2, S. Altstadt2, S. Andriamonje3, J. Andrzejewski4, L. Audouin5, M. Barbagallo6, V. Bécares7, F. Bečvář8, F. Belloni9, B. Berthier5, E. Berthoumieux3,9, J. Billowes10, V. Boccone3, D. Bosnar11, M. Brugger3, M. Calviani3, F. Calviño12, D. Cano-Ott7, C. Carrapiço13, F. Cerutti3, E. Chiaveri3,9, M. Chin3, N. Colonna6, G. Cortés12, M.A.(More)
P. Žugec, N. Colonna, ∗ D. Bosnar, A. Mengoni, S. Altstadt, J. Andrzejewski, L. Audouin, M. Barbagallo, V. Bécares, F. Bečvář, F. Belloni, E. Berthoumieux, J. Billowes, V. Boccone, M. Brugger, M. Calviani, F. Calviño, D. Cano-Ott, C. Carrapiço, F. Cerutti, E. Chiaveri, M. Chin, G. Cortés, M.A. Cortés-Giraldo, L. Cosentino, M. Diakaki, C. Domingo-Pardo, R.(More)
The 63Ni(n,γ) cross section has been measured for the first time at the neutron time-of-flight facility n_TOF at CERN from thermal neutron energies up to 200 keV. In total, capture kernels of 12 (new) resonances were determined. Maxwellian averaged cross sections were calculated for thermal energies from   kT=5-100  keV with uncertainties around 20%.(More)
The U fission cross section is an international standard beyond 2 MeV where the fission plateau starts. However, due to its importance in fission reactors, this cross-section should be very accurately known also in the threshold region below 2 MeV. The U fission cross section has been measured relative to the U fission cross section at CERN – n_TOF with(More)
The integral cross section of the 12C(n, p)12B reaction was measured at the neutron time of flight facility n_TOF at CERN, from the reaction threshold at 13.6 MeV up to 10 GeV, by means of the combined activation and a time-offlight technique. The integral result is expressed as the number of 12B nuclei produced per single pulse of the neutron beam. A(More)
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