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The151Sm(n,gamma)152Sm cross section has been measured at the spallation neutron facility n_TOF at CERN in the energy range from 1 eV to 1 MeV. The new facility combines excellent resolution in neutron time-of-flight, low repetition rates, and an unsurpassed instantaneous luminosity, resulting in rather favorable signal/background ratios. The 151Sm cross(More)
C. Domingo-Pardo,1,∗ U. Abbondanno,2 G. Aerts,3 H. Álvarez-Pol,4 F. Alvarez-Velarde,5 S. Andriamonje,3 J. Andrzejewski,6 P. Assimakopoulos,7 L. Audouin,8 G. Badurek,9 P. Baumann,10 F. Bečvář,11 E. Berthoumieux,3 F. Calviño,12 D. Cano-Ott,5 R. Capote,13,14 A. Carrillo de Albornoz,15 P. Cennini,16 V. Chepel,17 E. Chiaveri,16 N. Colonna,18 G. Cortes,12 A.(More)
1 Abstract The KADoNiS (Karlsruhe Astrophysical Database of Nucleosynthesis in Stars) project is an astrophysical online database for cross sections relevant for nucleosynthesis in the s process and the γ process. The s-process database (www.kadonis.org) was started in 2005 and is presently facing its 4th update (KADoNiS v1.0). The γ-process database(More)
S. Marrone , U. Abbondanno, G. Aerts, H. Álvarez, F. Alvarez-Velarde, S. Andriamonje, J. Andrzejewski, P. Assimakopoulos, L. Audouin, G. Badurek, P. Baumann, F. Bečvář , E. Berthoumieux, F. Calviño, D. Cano-Ott, R. Capote, C. Carrapiço, P. Cennini, V. Chepel, E. Chiaveri, N. Colonna, G. Cortes, A. Couture, J. Cox, M. Dahlfors, S. David, I. Dillmann, R.(More)
A neutron Time-of-Flight facility (n_TOF) is available at CERN since 2001. The innovative features of the neutron beam, in particular the high instantaneous flux, the wide energy range, the high resolution and the low background, make this facility unique for measurements of neutron induced reactions relevant to the field of Emerging Nuclear Technologies,(More)
In 2002, an innovative neutron time-of-flight facility started operation at CERN: n_TOF. The main characteristics that make the new facility unique are the high instantaneous neutron flux, high resolution and wide energy range. Combined with state-of-the-art detectors and data acquisition system, these features have allowed to collect high accuracy neutron(More)
N. Patronis, S. Dababneh,* P. A. Assimakopoulos, R. Gallino, M. Heil, F. Käppeler, D. Karamanis, P. E. Koehler, A. Mengoni, and R. Plag Nuclear Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, The University of Ioannina, 45110 Ioannina, Greece Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Institut für Kernphysik, 76021 Karlsruhe, Germany Dipartimento di Fisica Generale,(More)
Michael Heil∗1, U. Abbondanno3, G. Aerts4, H. Álvarez-Pol5, F. Alvarez-Velarde6, S. Andriamonje4, J. Andrzejewski7, P. Assimakopoulos 8, L. Audouin 1, G. Badurek9, P. Baumann10, F. Bečvář11, E. Berthoumieux4, S. Bisterzo12,2, F. Calviño13, D. Cano-Ott6, R. Capote14,15, C. Carrapico16, P. Cennini17, V. Chepel18, E. Chiaveri17, N. Colonna19, G. Cortes13, A.(More)
The U neutron-induced cross section is widely used as reference cross section for measuring other fission cross sections, but in the resonance region it is not considered as an IAEA standard because of the scarce experimental data covering the full region. In this work, we deal with a new analysis of the experimental data obtained with a detection setup(More)