2.6 REFERENCES

(1) C.M.Lederer et al., “Table of Isotopes,” 7th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York (1978).

(2) “Handbook on Nuclear Activation Cross Sections,” Technical Report Series No. 156, IAEA, Vienna (1974).

(3) A.C.Wahl, “Mass and Charge Distribution in Low-Energy Fission,” Proc. 1st International Atomic Energy Symposium on Physics and Chemistry of Fission, Vienna, Austria (IAEA, 1965).

(4) B.Ehrenberg and S.Amiel, Phys., Rev. C, 6, p. 618 (1972).

(5) A.C.Wahl et al., Proc. 2nd International Atomic Energy Symposium on Physics and Chemistry of Fission, Vienna, Austria, p. 813 (IAEA, 1969).

(6) B.F.Rider, “Compilation of Fission Product Yields,” Vallecitos Nuclear Center, 1981 (NEDO-12154–3C), ENDF-322 (October 1981).

(7) T.H.Pigford, “Environmental Aspects of Nuclear Energy Production,” Am. Rev. Nucl. Sci., Vol. 24, 1974, p. 515.

(8) H.S.Bailey, et al., Nucl. Tech., 17, 1973, p. 217.

(9) H.Umezawa, et al., J. Nucl. Sci. Tech., 10, 1973, p. 489.

(10) W.B.Wilson, et al., Nucl. Safety, 29, 2, 177 (1988).

2.7 BIBLIOGRAPHY

G.Friedlander, J.W.Kennedy, E.S.Macias and J.M.Miller, “Nuclear and Radiochemistry,” 3rd ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York (1981).

D.C.Layman and G.Thorton, “Remote Handling of Mobile Nuclear Systems,” U.S. AEC, January 1966 (TID-21719).



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