Scattering of 7-to 15-MEV Neutrons from 1-P Shell Nuclei View Full Text


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DATE

1983

AUTHORS

C. R. Gould , J. Dave , R. L. Walter

ABSTRACT

A program of measurements of cross sections for neutron elastic and discrete inelastic scattering from the 1-p shell nuclei is described. Experiments have been performed at an FN Tandem van de Graaff facility using the D (d,n) reaction as a neutron source. In our new data acquisition system, time-of-flight data are stored in a VAX-11/780 computer interfaced to CAMAC via a micro programmed branch driver, the MBD-11. We review our results for neutron scattering from 6Li, 7Li, 9Be, 10B, 11B, 12C, 13C, and 16O. Data have generally been accumulated in 1-MeV steps from 7 to 15 MeV at angles from 25° to 160°. Cross sections are compared to previous work. Much of the neutron scattering data is well described by the spherical optical model (SOM). However, SOM parameters for heavier nuclei do not reproduce the data well. Parameter sets for the individual nuclei are presented along with the results of a global SOM search over 45 neutron scattering angular distributions for all 1-p shell nuclei. Volume integrals for the real and imaginary wells are compared to recent theoretical predictions. The SOM predictions for proton elastic scattering are also compared to the available data. More... »

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766-772

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Nuclear Data for Science and Technology

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978-94-009-7101-1
978-94-009-7099-1

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