Nuclear Physics
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# Nuclear Physics

Selected contemporary works in Nuclear Physics
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## Determination of levels of naturally occurring radioactive materials in lagoon samples Containing produced water from the Minagish oil field in the state of Kuwait

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## NUCLÉIDE-LARA on the web (2016)

A library for gamma and alpha emissions. Evaluated data accessible to the community. One of the best tools to use for spectroscopy.
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## A Capture-gated Fast Neutron Detection Method

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## β-NMR Investigation of the Depth-Dependent Magnetic Properties of an Antiferromagnetic Surface

By measuring the prototypical antiferromagnet $\ensuremath{\alpha}\text{\ensuremath{-}}{\mathrm{Fe}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$, we show that it is possible to determine the static spin orientation and dynamic spin correlations within nanometers from an antiferromagnetic surface using the nuclear spin polarization of implanted $^{8}{\mathrm{Li}}^{+}$ ions detected with $\ensuremath{\beta}$-NMR. Remarkably, the first-order Morin spin reorientation in single crystal $\ensuremath{\alpha}\text{\ensuremath{-}}{\mathrm{Fe}}_{2}{\mathrm{O}}_{3}$ occurs at the same temperature at all depths between 1 and 100 nm from the (110) surface; however, the implanted nuclear spin experiences an increased $1/{T}_{1}$ relaxation rate at shallow depths revealing soft-surface magnons. The surface-localized dynamics decay towards the bulk with a characteristic length of $\ensuremath{\epsilon}=11\ifmmode\pm\else\textpm\fi{}1\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{nm}$, closely matching the finite-size thresholds of hematite nanostructures.
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## Particle accelerator development: Selected examples

Jie Wei, Mod. Phys. Lett. A DOI: 10.1142/S021773231630010X
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## Challenges in Nuclear Structure Theory

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## g Factor of Light Ions for an Improved Determination of the Fine-Structure Constant

g Factor of Light Ions for an Improved Determination of the Fine-Structure Constant
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## Cosmochemists find evidence for unstable heavy element at solar system formation

University of Chicago scientists have discovered evidence in a meteorite that a rare element, curium, was present during the formation of the solar system. This finding ends a 35-year-old debate on the possible presence of ...
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## Nuclear At Sea: Floating Reactors - Canadian Nuclear Association

Nuclear At Sea: Floating Reactors
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## Hubble observes calcium-rich supernovae

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope offers a multitude of spectacular images of celestial objects and a huge amount of scientific data helpful for astronomers. A team of scientists from UK and Sweden has recently made use ...
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## Earth's Core May Not Just Be Made Of Iron

Studying earthquakes allows us to gauge what the interior of our planet looks likes. As our measurements improve, so does our understanding of what lies underneath our feet. Now, a new study has suggested that the composition of the core might be more complex than previously thought.
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## Establishing a NORM based radiation calibration facility

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## Different methods of mass attenuation coefficient evaluation: influences in the measurement of some soil physical properties

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## Assessment of the natural radioactivity levels in Kirkuk oil field

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## Europe could lose significant neutron beam resources over next decade

Scitation is the online home of leading journals and conference proceedings from AIP Publishing and AIP Member Societies
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## Boson description of low-lying collective states in 128Ba

The low-lying collective states in $^{128}\mathrm{Ba}$ are investigated microscopically by means of the boson expansion theory with the self-consistent effective interactions. Calculated level structures and electromagnetic properties are compared with the experimental data. Theoretical structures of the collective wave functions are illustrated in detail for ${0}_{1}^{+},\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{0}_{2}^{+},\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{0}_{3}^{+},\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{2}_{1}^{+},\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}{2}_{2}^{+}$, and ${2}_{3}^{+}$ states. In the present results, the main contribution to the ${0}_{2}^{+}$ state of $^{128}\mathrm{Ba}$ comes from the three-phonon component, and the two-phonon component is rather dominant in the ${0}_{3}^{+}$ state. The description of the wave functions is compared to the results of the general collective model.
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## Neutron scattering e-learning platform now online

Your entry into the neutron world.
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## 7265-rp-science-application.pdf

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## Investigation of activation cross sections of proton induced reactions on indium up to 70 MeV for practical applications

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## Revamping Fusion Research - Springer

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## Canadian startups bet on reimagined nuclear power to replace fossil fuels | Metro News

"Clean energy on a massive scale" may be better suited to meet global energy needs than other renewables.
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## Radioactive scrap metal found at a Louisville recycling center dropped off by a competitor

An inspector with the Kentucky Radiation Health Branch writes that the scrap metal contains unidentified radioactive material causing low levels of radiation.
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## Flagship accelerators bid for better beams

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## IUPAP/IUPAC Joint Working Party on the Discovery of Elements Validates Claims for Four New Elements

The claims for four new elements have been validated in two new reports from the IUPAC/IUPAP Joint Working Party (JWP) and accepted for publication in Pure and Applied Chemistry. The addition of the four, namely elements 113, 115,117, and 118, represents a significant milestone because it completes the seventh row of the Periodic Table. The new elements add to the remarkable progress in extending the periodic table following 114 and 116 validated in 2011, and element 112 validated in 2009.
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