neutron fission 
Division of nuclear charge in the thermal neutron fission of U235


Delayed neutron emission for thermal neutron fission of235U is investigated by means of a heliumfilled mass separator.


Thermal neutron fission cross sections in the range 302≧A≧223


A least squares method is used to fit a smooth curve to known thermal neutron fission cross section data for nuclei of evenN.


Study of shortlived Ruisotopes produced in thermal neutron fission of235U


Fission yields of In isotopes in the thermal neutron fission of235U


Fission yields of124132In in the thermal neutron fission of235U were determined for the first time.


Independent fission yields of shortlived Br and I isotopes in thermal neutron fission of235U


Independent fission yields of8891Br and138141I produced in thermal neutron fission of235U were determined at the SOLIS online isotope separator.


Tellerium 135 and 137 nuclei were produced in thermal neutron fission of235U separated by online isotope separator and deposited on a movable tape.


The average of the deduced widths was 0.69±0.04 charge unit which was just equal to that of thermalneutron fission of235U and also consistent with values reported for protoninduced fission of238U.


The obtained charge dispersion and charge distribution resulted in the massyield distribution resembling that of thermalneutron fission.


Longrange alphaparticles and helium isotopes in the thermal neutron fission of239Pu


The various light charged particles emitted in the neutron fission of233U have been detected.


Optimal Control of Multigroup Neutron Fission Systems


The Sb sources have been prepared from mixture of235U thermal neutron fission products.


Studies of mass and energy correlations in thermal neutron fission of U235 accompanied by long range alpha particles


We consider here the thermal neutron fission of a typical representative 249U nucleus in the highly neutronrich region.


Specific activities of radioactive elements at the time of chemical separation from fission product mixtures produced by thermal neutron fission of235U were computed byBateman's and other equations on an electronic computer.


The iodine isotopes produced by thermal neutron fission of235U were separated by a fast chemical procedure, with a separation yield of 95%.

