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On the uncertainty of experimental nuclear data; Taking a lesson from the other

核データ測定の誤差について

原田 秀郎  

Harada, Hideo

In order to obtain the accurate nuclear data, it is important to measure nuclear data precisely, compare those results, and identify the unrecognized systematic effects as much as possible. In addition, double check experiments are the key to verify the results. On the preciseness, recent advancements on measurement techniques such as high intensity neutron beam and detailed analysis techniques are expected to contribute. On the other hand, the most important unrecognized systematic effect is not unique but depends on each nuclear data, for example, a lack of isotopic enriched sample or its highly radioactive nature, etc. Therefore, it is not possible to give a unified prescription. Instead, we tried to discuss using some tutorial experimental experiences how to reach an accurate experimental data.

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