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N. J. Drindak, J. A. Burke, G. Leinweber, J. A. Helm, J. G. Hoole, R. C. Block, Y. Danon, R. E. Slovacek, B. E. Moretti, C. J. Werner, M. E. Overberg, S. A. Kolda, M. J. Trbovich, D. P. Barry
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Volume 154 / Number 3 / November 2006 / Pages 294-301
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Epithermal neutron capture and transmission measurements were performed using the time-of-flight method at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute linac using metallic Nb samples. The capture measurements were made at the 25-m flight station with a 16-section sodium iodide multiplicity detector and the transmission measurements at the 25-m flight station with a 6Li glass scintillation detector. Resonance parameters were determined for all resonances up to 500 eV with a combined analysis of capture and transmission data using the multilevel R-matrix Bayesian code SAMMY. The results are compared to those presented in ENDF/B-VI, updated through Release 3.
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