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Author Workshop on Astrophysics, Symmetries, and Applied Physics at Spallation Neutron Sources (2002 : Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Title ASAP 2002 : astrophysics, symmetries, and applied physics at spallation neutron sources / editors, Paul E. Koehler [and others]
Published River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, [2002]
©2002
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 246 pages) : illustrations
Contents Neutron capture nucleosynthesis: astrophysical processes and laboratory approaches / F. Kappeler -- The detector for advanced neutron capture experiments at LANSCE / J.L. Ullmann [and others] -- Astrophysics program at the CERN n_TOF facility / A. Mengoni -- Recent astrophysics results from ORELA and possible future experiments at ORELA and SNS / P.E. Koehler -- Sensitivity of isotope yields to reaction rates in the alpha rich freezeout / G.C. Jordan IV and B.S. Meyer -- Neutron reactions of light nuclei from astrophysics & nuclear physics interest / Y. Nagai [and others] -- Measurement of the n+p -->d+[symbol] cross section for big bang nucleosynthesis with the spallation neutron source at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center / E.-I. Eschm [and others] -- Phonon properties of materials from neutron resonance doppler broadening measurements / J. Eric Lynn -- Applied nuclear physics at spallation neutron sources / Pavel Oblozinsky -- Applied physics measurements at the CERN n_TOF[symbol] facility / E. González -- Activities of the DOE Nuclear Criticality Safety Program (NCSP) at the Oak Ridge Electron Linear Accelerator (ORELA) / Timothy E. Valentine, Luiz C. Leal and Klaus H. Guber -- Parameters for nuclear reaction calculations -- needs for improvements / M. Herman -- Aluminum data measurements and evaluation for criticality safety applications / L.C. Leal [and others] -- Nuclear physics investigations at the time-of-flight spectrometer GNEIS with spallation neutron source / O.A. Shcherbakov, A.B. Laptev and A.S. Vorobyev -- Measurement of neutron capture cross sections of long-lived fission products / H. Harada [and others] -- Temperature measurements in dynamically-loaded systems using neutron resonance spectroscopy (NRS) at LANSCE / V.W. Yuan -- Radioactive target production at RIA / J.C. Blackmon -- Parity violation in epithermal neutron resonances / G.E. Mitchell [and others] -- New experimental capabilities for parity non-conservation and the time reversal invariance violation in neutron transmission / S.I. Penttila -- T-violating three-fold correlation in neutron transmission / Y. Masuda -- Violation of fundamental symmetries in resonance neutron induced fission / A. Barabanov, W. Furman and A. Popov -- Physics of the fission process and parity violation in neutron induced reactions / Vladimir Gudkov -- Possibilities for studies of parity violation at the SNS using the capture gamma reaction / A.C. Hayes and Luca Zanini -- Time reversal tests with epithermal neutrons / C.R. Gould -- An experiment to search for parity-conserving time reversal invariance using epithermal neutrons from the spallation neutron source / P.R. Huffman -- Neutronic characteristics of the spallation neutron source / P.D. Ferguson, E.B. lverson and F.X. Gallmeier -- Workshop summary: opportunities in astrophysics, symmetries, and applied physics at spallation neutron sources / Paul Koehler [and others] -- Letter of intent to the spallation neutron source
Summary The spallation neutron source (SNS) being built at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) will be by far the highest flux pulsed source of epithermal neutrons in the world when it comes on line in 2006. Although the main thrust of the science program at the SNS will be materials science, the facility could provide outstanding opportunities for research in nuclear astrophysics, fundamental symmetries, and applied nuclear physics. To review the current status of these fields and to begin to assemble the scientific case and the community of researchers for future experiments at the SNS, a workshop on "Astrophysics, Symmetries, and Applied Physics" was held in March 2002 at the ORNL. Over 60 scientists, representing 11 US and 4 foreign universities as well as many national laboratories around the world, participated in the workshop. The proceedings describe the current state of research in those fields and the future opportunities at the SNS
Notes The Workshop on Astrophysics, Symmetries, and Applied Physics at Spallation Neutron Sources was held at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Mar. 2002
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Neutron sources -- Congresses.
Nuclear astrophysics -- Congresses.
Nuclear physics -- Congresses.
Spallation (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Koehler, Paul E. (Paul Edward)
Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
ISBN 9789812776242 (electronic bk.)
9812776249 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Astrophysics, symmetries, and applied physics at spallation neutron sources