Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - Some examples

A. Wallner, M. Bichler, T. Belgya, K. Buczak, I. Dillmann, O. Forstner, R. Golser, F. Käppeler, A. Klix, G. Korschinek, A. Krasa, W. Kutschera, C. Lederer, A. Mengoni, M. Paul, A. Plompen, A. Priller, V. Semkova, P. Steier

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Abstract

We summarize some recent cross-section measurements using accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS). AMS represents an ultra-sensitive technique for measuring a limited, but steadily increasing number of longer-lived radionuclides. This method implies a two-step procedure with sample activation and subsequent AMS measurement. Applications include nuclear astrophysics, nuclear technology (nuclear fusion, nuclear fission and advanced reactor concepts and radiation dose estimations). A series of additional applications involves cosmogenic radionuclides in environmental, geological and extraterrestrial studies. There is a lack of information for a list of nuclides, as pointed out by nuclear data requests. An overview of some recent measurements is given and the method is illustrated for some specific neutron-induced reactions.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEPJ Web of Conferences
Volume35
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event1st Heavy Ion Accelerator Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Science, HIAS 2012 - Canberra, ACT, Australia
Duration: Apr 11 2012Apr 13 2012

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Other1st Heavy Ion Accelerator Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Science, HIAS 2012
CountryAustralia
CityCanberra, ACT
Period4/11/124/13/12

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accelerators
mass spectroscopy
radioactive isotopes
nuclear fission
nuclear astrophysics
nuclides
nuclear fusion
lists
reactors
activation
neutrons
dosage
cross sections
radiation

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Wallner, A., Bichler, M., Belgya, T., Buczak, K., Dillmann, I., Forstner, O., ... Steier, P. (2012). Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - Some examples. In EPJ Web of Conferences (Vol. 35). [01003] https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20123501003

Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - Some examples. / Wallner, A.; Bichler, M.; Belgya, T.; Buczak, K.; Dillmann, I.; Forstner, O.; Golser, R.; Käppeler, F.; Klix, A.; Korschinek, G.; Krasa, A.; Kutschera, W.; Lederer, C.; Mengoni, A.; Paul, M.; Plompen, A.; Priller, A.; Semkova, V.; Steier, P.

EPJ Web of Conferences. Vol. 35 2012. 01003.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Wallner, A, Bichler, M, Belgya, T, Buczak, K, Dillmann, I, Forstner, O, Golser, R, Käppeler, F, Klix, A, Korschinek, G, Krasa, A, Kutschera, W, Lederer, C, Mengoni, A, Paul, M, Plompen, A, Priller, A, Semkova, V & Steier, P 2012, Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - Some examples. in EPJ Web of Conferences. vol. 35, 01003, 1st Heavy Ion Accelerator Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Science, HIAS 2012, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 4/11/12. https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20123501003
Wallner A, Bichler M, Belgya T, Buczak K, Dillmann I, Forstner O et al. Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - Some examples. In EPJ Web of Conferences. Vol. 35. 2012. 01003 https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20123501003
Wallner, A. ; Bichler, M. ; Belgya, T. ; Buczak, K. ; Dillmann, I. ; Forstner, O. ; Golser, R. ; Käppeler, F. ; Klix, A. ; Korschinek, G. ; Krasa, A. ; Kutschera, W. ; Lederer, C. ; Mengoni, A. ; Paul, M. ; Plompen, A. ; Priller, A. ; Semkova, V. ; Steier, P. / Nuclear data from AMS & nuclear data for AMS - Some examples. EPJ Web of Conferences. Vol. 35 2012.
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