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Cross sections for neutron-induced fission of U-235, U-238, Bi-209, and Pb-nat in the energy range from 33 to 200 MeV measured relative to n-p scattering

Bibliographic reference Nolte, R. ; Allie, M. S. ; Brooks, F. D. ; Buffler, A. ; Dangendorf, V. ; et. al. Cross sections for neutron-induced fission of U-235, U-238, Bi-209, and Pb-nat in the energy range from 33 to 200 MeV measured relative to n-p scattering. In: Nuclear Science and Engineering : research and development related to peaceful utilization of nuclear energy, Vol. 156, no. 2, p. 197-210 (2007)
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