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Chemical effects of radiative thermal neutron capture. Part 5.- Potassium bromide

Abstract

By the use of the bromine atom exchanging reagent CHBr: CHBr, it has been shown that the specific activity of the atomic bromine in pile-irradiated potassium bromide is greater than that of the total bromine. This result suggests that the inactive radiolytic bromine atoms and the ejected radioactive atoms occupy different defect sites, the latter most likely finding interstitial positrons. (Author) 6 refs.
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1961
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
JEN-74
Subject:
38 RADIATION CHEMISTRY, RADIOCHEMISTRY, AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY; CHEMICAL ANALYSIS; CHEMICAL RADIATION EFFECTS; THERMAL EFFLUENTS; THERMAL NEUTRONS; POTASSIUM; BROMIDES; ATOMS
OSTI ID:
21222104
Research Organizations:
Junta de Energia Nuclear (JEN), Madrid (Spain)
Country of Origin:
Spain
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: ES09B0515
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE21222104
Submitting Site:
SPN
Size:
7 pages
Announcement Date:
Oct 13, 2009

Citation Formats

Maddock, A G, and Val Cob, M del. Chemical effects of radiative thermal neutron capture. Part 5.- Potassium bromide. Spain: N. p., 1961. Web.
Maddock, A G, & Val Cob, M del. Chemical effects of radiative thermal neutron capture. Part 5.- Potassium bromide. Spain.
Maddock, A G, and Val Cob, M del. 1961. "Chemical effects of radiative thermal neutron capture. Part 5.- Potassium bromide." Spain.
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title = {Chemical effects of radiative thermal neutron capture. Part 5.- Potassium bromide}
author = {Maddock, A G, and Val Cob, M del}
abstractNote = {By the use of the bromine atom exchanging reagent CHBr: CHBr, it has been shown that the specific activity of the atomic bromine in pile-irradiated potassium bromide is greater than that of the total bromine. This result suggests that the inactive radiolytic bromine atoms and the ejected radioactive atoms occupy different defect sites, the latter most likely finding interstitial positrons. (Author) 6 refs.}
place = {Spain}
year = {1961}
month = {Jul}
}