Neutron and Light Charged Particle Production in Neutron or Proton‐induced Reaction on Iron, Lead and Uranium at Intermediate Energy (20 to 200 MeV)

Abstract : The process of particle emission in the pre‐equilibrium stage has a very important contribution in this energy region and several approaches have been proposed to explain it. Their prediction power must be tested using comparison with the data for a variety of configurations. Calculations have been done using the exciton model and two main approaches proposed to improve its predictive power for complex particle emission. Data reported in this work allow the extension to higher energies of databases that are now limited to energies around 60 MeV. Together with other experimental results available in the literature they allow a more global view on the capabilities of each approach. © 2005 American Institute of Physics
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F.R. Lecolley, G. Ban, V. Blideanu, J. Blomgren, P. Eudes, et al.. Neutron and Light Charged Particle Production in Neutron or Proton‐induced Reaction on Iron, Lead and Uranium at Intermediate Energy (20 to 200 MeV). Nuclear data for science and technology, Sep 2004, Santa Fe, United States. pp.61-66, ⟨10.1063/1.1944957⟩. ⟨in2p3-00671343⟩

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