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Number: 376/193
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Nuclear transmutation (e.g., by means of particle or wave energy) > By charged particle bombardment > To produce spallation reactions > To produce fissile isotopes
Description: Subject matter wherein the ejected particles produce fissile isotopes in a second material.










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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8249211 Forced convection target assembly Aug. 21, 2012
6577697 Field analysis of geological samples using delayed neutron activation analysis Jun. 10, 2003
6477217 Target for neutron scattering installation Nov. 5, 2002
5774514 Energy amplifier for nuclear energy production driven by a particle beam accelerator Jun. 30, 1998
4744938 Method and apparatus for producing ultralowmass fissionable deposits for reactor neutron dosimetry by recoil ion-implantation May. 17, 1988
4236965 Target assembly Dec. 2, 1980











 
 
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