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Pure Appl. Chem.,
Vol. 71, No. 12, pp. 2309-2315, 1999
COMMISSION ON RADIOCHEMISTRY AND NUCLEAR TECHNIQUES
Temperature Dependence of the Westcott
g-factor for Neutron Reactions in Activation Analysis
Abstract: The Westcott g-factors, which allow the user to determine
reaction rates for nuclear reactions taking place at various temperatures,
have been calculated using data from the Evaluated Neutron Nuclear Data
Library, ENDF/B-VI. Nuclides chosen have g-factors which are significantly
different from unity and result in different reaction rates compared
to nuclides whose neutron capture cross section varies as the reciprocal
of the neutron velocity. Values are presented as a function of temperature
up to 673.16 K (400 °C).
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