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Neutronic spectrometry measurements in sodium

G. Perlini

Neutronic spectrometry measurements in sodium

by G. Perlini

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Published by Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementG. Perlini, S. Acerbis.
SeriesNuclear science and technology
ContributionsAcerbis, S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14937008M
ISBN 100119715929

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I. Ascone-IUCr XAFS Tutorial -Page 15 Cross section is the cross-section in barns/atom -(1 barn = 10 24 cm2), u is the atomic mass unit A is the relative atomic mass of the target element (i.e. in amu; the mass relative to 12 for carbon 12). Cross-section is a measure of the probability of interaction between theFile Size: 1MB. Measurement of neutronic parameters for a plutonium fueled HTGR lattice /, by Darrell F. Newman, issuing body Battelle Memorial Institute. Pacific Northwest Division, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, and Pacific Northwest Laboratory (page images at HathiTrust) Doppler effect measurements, sodium void coefficents, Neutron spectrometry.

ICP optical emission spectrometry is now highly rated as a multipurpose analysis technique and there are over 2, units of ICP-OES in use in Japan. It is well regarded as an environmental measurement technique, along with atomic absorption spectrometry and ICP mass spectrometry, and its use is expected to expand even further in the g: sodium book. Determination of sodium in foods by flame atomic absorption spectrometry after microwave digestion: NMKL interlaboratory study. Julshamn K(1), Lea P, Norli HS. Author information: (1)National Institute of Nutrition and Seafood Research NIFES, PO Box Sentrum, N Bergen, Norway. [email protected] by: 6.


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Neutronic spectrometry measurements in sodium by G. Perlini Download PDF EPUB FB2

Neutronic spectrometry measurements in sodium. by perlini giuseppe and acerbis silverio. abstract. measurements were made of neutronic penetration in sodium, which could serve as a reference and as a benchmark for computer codes.

the model employed consisted of an assembly of 7 containers full of sodium for a total of 10 tons and a useful Author: PERLINI Giuseppe and ACERBIS Silverio.

However, sodium in a flame also emits this wavelength very strongly. If we use a simple system involving a hollow cathode, a flame atomizer, a monochromator, and detector, we have the set-up as given in Fig. Confining our measurements to the A line, the sodium lamp emits a signal of strength by: The reaction of sodium metal with liquid water is a heterogeneous, exothermic reaction known to be prone to runaway with explosive effects when uncont Missing: sodium book.

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