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1985PO21      Radiochim.Acta 38, 73 (1985)

P.Polak, S.R.Garcia, W.A.Taylor, J.W.Barnes, L.Lindner, H.A.O'Brien, Jr., K.E.Thomas

A 32Si Source from Proton Spallation of Vanadium

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 51V(p, X)32Si/44Ti, E=600-800 MeV; measured residuals production σ. Spallation product, anion exchange purification.


1975HO18      J.Inorg.Nucl.Chem. 37, 2336 (1975)

D.C.Hoffman, J.W.Barnes, B.J.Dropesky, F.O.Lawrence, G.M.Kelley, M.A.Ott

Half-Lives of 129mXe, 131mXe, 133mXe, 133gXe and 135gXe

RADIOACTIVITY 129m,131m,133m,133,135Xe; measured T1/2.

doi: 10.1016/0022-1902(75)80745-7
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1974MC03      Phys.Rev. C9, 717 (1974)

J.H.McNally, J.W.Barnes, B.J.Dropesky, P.A.Seeger, K.Wolfsberg

Neutron-Induced Fission Cross Section of 237U

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 237U(n, F), E=43-1000 eV, E=0.1-2 MeV; measured σ(E). Nuclear explosion.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.9.717
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1966HO01      Phys.Rev. 148, 1192 (1966); See keynumber 1966RG01

R.W.Hoff, C.P.Bailey, G.W.Barton, G.H.Coleman, M.S.Coops, J.E.Evans, B.A.Hannon, W.N.Hayes, R.A.Heckman, E.K.Hulet, R.W.Lougheed, R.J.Morrow, R.S.Newbury, B.J.Qualheim, R.Quong, E.H.Stearns, H.D.Wilson, J.P.Balagna, J.W.Barnes, G.A.Cowan, W.R.Daniels, B.J.Dropesky, G.P.Ford, J.S.Gilmore, S.B.Helmick, D.C.Hoffman, J.D.Knight, G.W.Knobeloch, C.J.Orth, T.T.Shull, H.L.Smith, W.G.Warren, K.Wolfsberg, F.Asaro, J.Burnett, B.B.Cunningham, S.M.Fried, J.T.Haley, A.Ghiorso, J.Green, R.Latimer, F.T.McCarthy, H.V.Michel, M.C.Michel, D.F.Mosier, T.C.Parsons, I.Perlman, J.E.Rees, J.C.Wallmann, R.F.Barnes, L.J.Basile, H.Diamond, P.R.Fields, A.M.Friedman, E.P.Horowitz, J.K.Lerner, D.N.Metta, J.Milsted, R.K.Sjoblom, C.M.Stevens

Nuclear Decay Properties of Heavy Nuclides Produced in Thermonuclear Explosions - Par and Barbel Events

RADIOACTIVITY 251,252,253,254Cf, 255Es, 257,258Fm(α), 250Cm(SF), 251Bk, 252Cm(β-) [from U(n, F), U(n, X), E ∼ 2 MeV]; measured decay products, Eα, Iα; deduced α-particles energies, α-decay branchings, T1/2. Two low-yield thermonuclear explosions, the Par and Barbel events, chemical separation of products.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Cm(n, X)249Cf/250Cf/252Cf/252Cf/253Cf/254Cf/253Es/254Es/255Es, E thermal; measured reaction products, Eα, Iα, Eβ, Iβ; deduced isotopic abundances. Cm irradions, reactor.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRev.148.1192
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1956KN20      Phys.Rev. 102, 1592 (1956)

J.D.Knight, J.P.Mize, J.W.Starner, J.W.Barnes

Radiations of Te127 and Te127m

doi: 10.1103/PhysRev.102.1592
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1955BR02      J.Inorg.Nuclear Chem. 1, 254 (1955)

C.I.Browne, D.C.Hoffman, W.T.Crane, J.P.Balagna, G.H.Higgins, J.W.Barnes, R.W.Hoff, H.L.Smith, J.P.Mize, M.E.Bunker

The Decay Chain Pu245-Am245-Cm245

doi: 10.1016/0022-1902(55)80030-9
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1951BA41      Phys.Rev. 84, 365 (1951)

J.W.Barnes, A.J.Freedman

Some New Isotopes of Antimony and Tin

doi: 10.1103/PhysRev.84.365
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