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Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2

February 1965

Techniques for In-Pile Measurements of Fission-Gas Release

R. M. Carroll and P. E. Reagan

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 141-146

February 1965

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In-Pile Fission-Gas Release from Single-Crystal UO2

R. M. Carroll and O. Sisman

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 147-158

February 1965

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Reactions of Reactor -Irradiated Uranium Monocar bide with Water and with Aqueous Solutions of NaOH, HCl, and H2SO4

Mildred J. Bradley, Jerry H. Goode, Leslie M. Ferris, James R. Flanary and Jacob W. Ullmann

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 159-164

February 1965

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Plutonium-Fueled Thermal Reactors with High Conversion Ratios

G. Srikantiah and J. Chemick

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 165-178

February 1965

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Capture-to-Fission Ratios of U233, U235, U238 and Pu239 in EBR-I, Mark III

Carl E. Crouthamel, Donald C. Stupegia, Peter Kafalas and Charles M. Stevens

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 179-185

February 1965

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Determination of Excess Reactivity and Control-Rod Worth

T. Auerbach, T. Gozani and P. Schmid

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 186-193

February 1965

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Backscattering of Gamma Rays from Point Sources by an Infinite-Plane Concrete Surface

A. B. Chilton

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 194-200

February 1965

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Measurement of the Infinite Multiplication Factor in a Natural Uranium, Light-Water Lattice

T. W. T. Burnett and T. G. Williamson

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 201-205

February 1965

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The Slowing Down of Neutrons in Hydrogeneous Mixtures

Harvey Amster

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 206-216

February 1965

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Criticality of Slightly Enriched Uranium in Water-Moderated Lattices

C. R. Richey, R. C. Lloyd and E. D. Clayton

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 217-226

February 1965

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On the Feasibility of Measuring Higher Time Decay Constants

Ajoy K. Ghatak and Henry C. Honeck

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 227-239

February 1965

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Boundary Conditions for the Unsymmetrical Spherical-Harmonics Method in Cylindrical Geometry

L. D. Noble and J. O. Mingle

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 240-249

February 1965

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Effective Surface of a Tubular Absorber in the Calculation of Resonance Integrals

H. Aisu

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 250-256

February 1965

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The Thermal Capture Cross Section and Resonance Integral of Uranium-232

J. Halperin, C. R. Baldock and J. H. Oliver

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 257-258

February 1965

Criticism of “A Note on the Measurement of the Transport Mean Free Path of Thermal Neutrons in Graphite by a Poison Method”

J. A. DeJuren

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 258-259

February 1965

A Monte Carlo Technique for Selecting Neutron Scattering Angles from Anisotropic Distributions

R. R. Coveyou

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 260-262

February 1965

Some Tests of Coveyou's Anisotropic Selection Technique

W. E. Kinney

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 262-265

February 1965

The Albedo Problem

G. C. Pomraning

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 21 / Number 2 / Pages 265-268

February 1965

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