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IAEA-NDS-80

Rev. 1

PROGRAM X4TOC4

 

(Version 2001-3)

 

 

Translation of experimental data from the EXFOR format

to a computation format

 

by

 

Dermott E. Cullen and Andrej Trkov

 

 

Abstract:  Experimental nuclear reaction data are world-wide compiled in EXFOR format (see document IAEA-NDS-1).  The computer program X4TOC4 described in the present document translates data from the rather flexible EXFOR format to the more rigid computation format  which is suitable for input to further computer processing of the data including graphical plotting (see document IAEA-NDS-79).

 

    The program is available upon request cost free from the IAEA Nuclear Data Section.

 

March 2001

 

 

 

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Note:

 

The IAEA-NDS-reports should not be considered as formal publications. When a nuclear data library is sent out by the IAEA Nuclear Data Section, it will be accompanied by an IAEA-NDS-report which should give the data user all necessary documentation on contents, format and origin of the data library.

 

IAEA-NDS-reports are updated whenever there is additional information of relevance to the users of the data library.

 

For citations care should be taken that credit is given to the author of the data library and/or to the data center which issued the data library. The editor of the IAEA-NDS-report is usually not the author of the data library.

 

Neither the originator of the data libraries nor the IAEA assume any liability for their correctness or for any damages resulting from their use.

 

 

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Citation guidelines:

 

 

For citations care should be taken that credit is given to the author of the data library and/or to the data center which issued the data library. The editor of the IAEA-NDS-report is usually not the author of the data library.

 

This computer code package should be cited as follows: Dermott E. Cullen and Andrej Trkov, Program X4TOC4, report IAEA-NDS-80, Rev. 1, March, 2001


PROGRAM X4TOC4

 

(Version 2001-3)

 

Translation of experimental data from the EXFOR format

to a computation format

 

 

Introduction

 

Enclosed is the documentation for program X4TOC4.  The program is designed to translate experimental  data from the EXFOR format (which allows variable units and column order for data) to a computation format (which uses a fixed set of units and column order for data).

 

    The enclosed documentation includes,

 

1)      A listing of the comment cards from the beginning of the program.

 

2)      A listing of the three translation dictionaries used by the program

 

3)       A listing of an example output report.

 

4)       A listing of example EXFOR data.

 

5)       A listing of the corresponding data in the computation format.

 

6)      Plots of the data, obtained using program PLOTC4 (see document IAEA-NDS-79).

 

   The enclosed documentation is up to date as of March 2001. The program documentation on the comment cards at the beginning of the program and the translation dictionaries are continuously updated. Before using this program the user is advised to consult the comment cards at the beginning of the program and the translation dictionaries for the latest documentation.

 

 

 Version 2001-3

 

The comments can be extracted using system search routines by copying to x4toc4.man all records beginning with C-. For example:

 

Unix:                            grep   C-M  x4toc4.f   >x4toc4.man

VMS                            search x4toc4.f  C-M   /out=x4toc4.man

Dos                              find   C-M  x4toc4.for >x4toc4.man

 

 

Program X4TOC4

 

Comment cards

 

 

 

     USERS' GUIDE FOR PROGRAM X4TOC4

     ===============================

 

     PURPOSE

     -------

     This program is designed to translate experimental data from the

     EXFOR format to a computation format.

 

     WHAT COMPUTERS WILL THE PROGRAM RUN ON

     --------------------------------------

     The program has been implemented on a variety of computers from

     Cray and IBM mainframe to Sun workstations to a PC. The

     program is small enough to run on virtually any computer.

 

     EXFOR FORMAT

     ------------

     The EXFOR format is designed to allow experimentally measured data

     to be coded in a computer readable format in a very flexible form.

     In particular the data can be entered in essentially any set of

     units (e.g., eV vs. barns or KeV vs. milli-barns) and in any table

     format; essentially the table may be entered exactly as published

     by an author (e.g., energy followed by columns of cross sections

     in any order).

 

     The EXFOR format is table oriented in the sense that data from a

     given measurement are collected together and can be presented in

     a single, or as a series of tables.

 

     The advantage of the EXFOR format is that since data can be coded

     essentially as published by an author problems of unit conversion

     and re-formatting tables prior to coding are avoided and the

     author can easily check the coded data. The result is a greatly

     improved reliability of the coded data.

 

     The disadvantage of the EXFOR format is that since physically

     comparable data from different measurements (e.g. Fe-56 total

     cross sections) may be given in a variety of different units and

     formats it is very difficult to use in applications. In addition

     the table oriented EXFOR system makes it difficult to collect

     together physically comparable data from different measurements.

 

     COMPUTATION FORMAT

     ------------------

     The computation format used by this program is designed to present

     experimental data in a fixed set of units and column order. By

     starting from data in the EXFOR format and translating data to

     the computation format it is possible to combine the advantages

     of the improved reliability of the data coded in the EXFOR format

     with the advantages of a fixed unit and column order format for

     use in subsequent applications.

 

     In addition the computation format is point oriented (as opposed

     the table oriented EXFOR format). Each line of the computation

     format represents a single data point. This makes it possible to

     sort data in the computation format into any desired order for use

     in application, e.g., sort 26-Fe-26 (n,2n) data from a number of

     measurements together into energy order to simplify comparisons.

 

     EXFOR VS. COMPUTATION FORMAT

     ----------------------------

     The computation format is not intended as a substitute for the

     EXFOR format, rather the two are complementary. The EXFOR format

     contains much more information than can be included in computation

     formats and this information should be consulted and used during

     evaluation. The computation format is only intended to simplify

     use of the data during evaluation, or other applications.

 

     RELATIONSHIP TO ENDF

     --------------------

     It is assumed that one of the major uses of this program will be

     to prepare data for subsequent use in evaluation and/or to compare

     available evaluated and experimental data. As such the computation

     format has been designed to allow data to be reduced to a form in

     which data are classified in a manner similar to ENDF data.

 

     In particular the EXFOR classification of data by the EXFOR

     keyword reaction (or ISO-QUANT, etc.) is replaced by classifying

     the data by (1) projectile, (2) target - ZA, (3) type of data

     (ENDF MF number), (4) reaction (ENDF MT number). In addition the

     standard units used by the translation program were selected to

     be the same as the units used by ENDF (e.g., eV, barns, etc.).

 

     The result of putting data into the computation format is that it

     is easy to decide if the data is comparable to evaluated data

     (e.g. same ZA, MF, MT) and once it is decided that data is

     comparable, evaluation and/or comparison is simplified because the

     data is in the same units as ENDF (e.g., eV vs. barns).

 

     EXTENSIONS OF ENDF CONVENTIONS

     ------------------------------

     For all types of data which are physically comparable to data,

     which can be included in the ENDF data, this program uses

     the ENDF definitions of (1) type of data (ENDF MF number),

     (2) reaction (ENDF MT number). For example all cross sections

     are represented by MF=3, angular distributions by MF=4, energy

     distributions by MF=5 and double differential distributions

     by MF=6. Similarly for simple reactions such as total, elastic

     etc., the data are translated into corresponding MT=1,2, etc.,

     respectively.

 

     Since many types of data which appear in EXFOR do not have a one

     to one correspondence to data which appears in ENDF the ENDF

     classification of type of data (MF) and reaction (MT) have been

     extended to allow additional types of data and reactions to be

     translated (e.g., define MF numbers for ratios, define MT numbers

     for (n,np)+(n,na) reactions).

 

     The ENDF MF is a 2 digit number and the MT is a 3 digit number.

     In the computation format MF has been extended to 3 digits and the

     MT has been expanded to 4 digits. These extensions allow the user

     the flexibility to translate virtually any EXFOR data to a fixed

     set of units and column order for subsequent use in applications.

 

     Some extensions of MF and MT have already been established (for,

     details see the input dictionaries described below) and if at all

     possible these conventions should be followed by the user. The

     user has the flexibility of establishing any conventions that may

     be required to meet his or her needs, but in this case it is the

     responsibility of the user to properly interpret and use the

     translated data.

 

     DIRECT COMPARISON TO ENDF DATA

     ------------------------------

     Although the ENDF classification system of MF and MT is used for

     translation, generally very little of the EXFOR data is directly

     comparable to ENDF data. Generally cross sections (MF=3) are

     directly comparable. However, it must be realized that angular

     (MF=4) and energy (MF=5) and double differential (MF=6) data are

     given in ENDF in a normalized (i.e., normalized to unity when

     integrated) form, whereas data in EXFOR are generally given in an

     un-normalized form (e.g.,angular distributions in barns/steradian).

 

     After this program has been used to translate EXFOR data to the

     computation format the user may make additional data directly

     comparable to the corresponding ENDF data by either,

     (1) Normalizing the data in the computation format, or,

     (2) Converting ENDF data to un-normalized form.

     This involves selecting an integrated cross section as a standard

     to use for the comparison (e.g., for a 14.2 MeV elastic angular

     distribution use the 14.2 MeV ENDF elastic cross section).

 

     Since the selection of a standard to use for comparison in highly

     application dependent it has been decided that it is better to use

     this program to translate data exactly as given in EXFOR (except

     for conversion to a standard set of units) and to allow the user

     to subsequently select a standard for re-normalization.

 

     CONTROL OF TRANSLATION

     ----------------------

     The user has complete control over what data is translated, where

     given types of data appear in the computation format and the units

     of the data in the computation format.

 

     This is accomplished by using three dictionaries which control

     the translation. All three of these dictionaries are distributed

     with this program. Each dictionary is a simple card image file

     which may be modified by the user at any time to meet specific

     needs. The three dictionaries are:

 

     (1) EXFOR REACTION - PROJECTILE, MF, MT EQUIVALENCE

         This dictionary tells the program for each EXFOR reaction

         what projectile, MF and MT to output in the computation format

         (e.g.,(n,tot) = neutron, MF =3 (cross section),MT =1 (total)).

         If a reaction read from the EXFOR format is not found in this

         dictionary, or the assigned MF or MT is not positive the EXFOR

         data will simply be skipped and not translated. Using this

         dictionary the user has control over which data is translated

         and what MF and MT are assigned to each EXFOR reaction.

 

     (2) EXFOR COLUMN TITLE - COMPUTATION FORMAT OUTPUT FIELD

         Once the EXFOR reaction has been translated and assigned an

         equivalent MF and MT this dictionary tells the program where

         to place each EXFOR column in the computation format. The

         assigned MF number can be used to output an EXFOR column

         with the same title into different columns of the computation

         format based on different MF numbers. For example, for cross

         sections (MF=3) the user may use EN-MIN and EN-MAX to define

         an average incident energy to be output in the first field

         of the computation format and an equivalent energy uncertainty

         in the second field of the computation format. Alternatively,

         for resonance integrals (MF=213) the user may decide to output

         EN-MIN and EN-MAX in the first two fields of the computation

         format to define the energy range of the resonance integral.

 

         There are 8 output fields in the computation format and for

         any given MF number the user may output any EXFOR column

         into any of these fields. Any EXFOR title which is not

         assigned to an output field 1 to 8 will be ignored and not

         output. This allows the user to selectively translate portions

         of EXFOR data tables to meet any given need. For example, by

         simply modifying this dictionary the user has control over

         whether an EXFOR column DATA-ERR3 is translated or ignored,

         and if translated the user has control over which of the 8

         computation format data fields DATA-ERR3 will appear in.

 

     (3) EXFOR COLUMN UNITS - COMPUTATION FORMAT UNITS

         This dictionary tells the program how to convert each EXFOR

         unit into standard units. As distributed this dictionary will

         convert all EXFOR units to ENDF compatible units. However,

         the user has the option to change this dictionary at any time

         to obtain any output units to meet his or her needs. For

         example if the user would like output in MeV vs. milli-barns

         instead of eV vs. barns it is merely necessary to modify this

         dictionary.

 

     OPERATIONS ON DATA

     ------------------

     In addition to the information described above each of the three

     dictionaries allows the user to select from a menu of operations

     which may be performed on the data (for a complete and up-to-date

     list of available operations see the dictionaries). For example,

     the reaction dictionary allows the user to specify that legendre

     coefficients may be re-normalized, the title dictionary allows the

     user to specify that EN-MIN and EN-MAX are to be converted to an

     average energy and associated energy uncertainty and the units

     dictionary allows the user to specify that angles should be

     converted to cosines.

 

     These operations are completely under the control of the user and

     by simply modifying the dictionaries the user can control whether

     or not each operation is performed (e.g., if you want to output

     angles instead of cosines modify the units dictionary by removing

     the option to convert from angle to cosine from the EXFOR units

     ASEC, AMIN and ADEG).

 

     COMPUTATION FORMAT UNITS

     ------------------------

     As distributed the Units dictionary will convert all EXFOR units

     to ENDF units:

 

     eV         = energy

     barns      = cross section

     steradians = solid angle

     seconds    = time

     kelvin     = temperature

 

     If the user would like to obtain any other output units it is

     merely necessary to modify the units dictionary (see units

     dictionary for details).

 

     A LEARNING PROGRAM

     ------------------

     As distributed the three translation dictionaries do not contain

     definitions of how to translate all EXFOR reactions, titles and

     units. At the present time this program has only been used to

     translate a small portion of the data included in the EXFOR system

     and the dictionaries only contain sufficient information to

     translate the EXFOR data which has been encountered to date.

 

     It is difficult and dangerous to try to define translation rules

     for all types of EXFOR data without examining actual EXFOR data.

     therefore only when a new reaction, title or unit is encountered

     during translation will the actual EXFOR data be examined, a

     decision made as to how to best translate the data and the

     dictionaries updated.

 

     Generally once a given type of EXFOR data has been encountered and

     the dictionaries updated to define how to translate the data the

     same rules can be used to translate all similar data. Therefore

     over a period of time user experience will be accumulated in the

     translation dictionaries and the program will learn to properly

     translate more and more types of EXFOR data.

 

     UNDEFINED EXFOR REACTIONS, TITLES AND UNITS

     -------------------------------------------

     In order to assist the user to define new types of EXFOR data as

     they are encountered during translation the output report from

     this program will indicate the number of EXFOR reactions, titles

     and units which have been encountered during translation which are

     not defined in the translation dictionaries. In additional all

     undefined reactions, titles and units will be written to output

     Unit 4 (NEWX4).

 

     Based on comparison to the reaction, title and units dictionaries

     if an EXFOR reaction, title or units is encountered during

     translation that is not defined in the dictionaries it will be

     written to Unit 4 (NEWX4). This information is written in a form

     that can be easily edited and added to a translation dictionary.

     After updating the dictionaries if this program is then run a

     second time using the same EXFOR data all of the EXFOR data can

     be translated.

 

     COMPUTATION FORMAT

     ------------------

     The computation format uses a classification system and units

     which are compatible with ENDF. Data is classified by (1) ZA

     of projectile, (2) ZA of target, (3) metastable state of target,

     (4) MF - type of data, (5) MT - reaction, (6) metastable state

     of residual nucleus. To identify the source of the data the first

     author and year and the EXFOR accession and sub-accession number

     are included in the format. In addition, fields are assigned to

     define the status of the EXFOR data (e.g., S = superceded),

     whether data is in the laboratory or center-of-mass frame of

     reference and the physical significance of the last 2 output

     fields (LVL = level energy, HL = half-life). Finally the format

     includes 8 fields in which the output data are contained (e.g.,

     incident energy, data, cosine, uncertainties, etc.)

 

     Columns   Description

     -------   -----------

       1-  5   Projectile ZA (e.g. neutron =1, proton =1001)

               (defined by reaction dictionary).

       6- 11   Target ZA (e.g. 26-Fe-56 =  26056)

               (defined by EXFOR reaction).

          12   Target metastable state (e.g. 26-FE-56m = M)

               (defined by EXFOR reaction).

      13- 15   MF (ENDF conventions, plus additions)

               (defined by reaction dictionary).

      16- 19   MT (ENDF conventions, plus additions)

               (defined by reaction dictionary).

          20   Product metastable state (e.g. 26-FE-56M = M)

               (defined by EXFOR reaction).

          21   EXFOR status

               (defined by EXFOR keyword status).

          22   Center-of-mass flag (C=center-of-mass, blank=lab)

               (defined by EXFOR title dictionary).

      23- 94   8 data fields (each in E9.3 format defined below)

               (defined by MF and title dictionary).

      95- 97   Identification of data fields 7 and 8

               (e.g., LVL=level, HL=half-life, etc.).

               For a complete list of codes see title dictionary

               (defined by MF and title dictionary).

      98-122   Reference (first author and year)

               (defined by EXFOR keywords title and reference).

     123-127   EXFOR accession number

               (defined by EXFOR format).

     128-130   EXFOR sub-accession number

               (defined by EXFOR format).

         131   Multi-dimension table flag

               (defined by EXFOR keyword reaction or common fields).

 

     PRECISION OF THE 8 DATA FIELDS

     ------------------------------

     If written in normal format E9.2 format the output from this

     this program would give data to only 2 or 3 digits of accuracy,

     depending on the computer used (e.g., 0.23E+02 or 2.34E+01), which

     is not sufficient for many applications (e.g., energy of cross

     section points in the resonance region).

 

     In order to avoid this problem this program will output data in

     a special compatible format to allow up to 7 digits of accuracy

     (i.e. more than the full word accuracy of IBM computers).

 

     Numbers between 0.01 and less than 10 million will be output in F

     (rather than E format). For example, the energy 12.3456 KeV will

     be output as 123456.0. Numbers less than 0.01 or greater than

     10 million will be output in E format, but without as E and an

     exponent of 1 or 2 digits. For example 14.123 MeV will be output

     as "1.4123+7".

 

     These output conventions have been used for many years with ENDF

     related programs and have been proven to be FORTRAN compatible for

     use on virtually any computer. For example, any fortran program

     which is written to read this data using an E9.2 format will read

     the data properly whether the data is actually in E or F format.

 

     Generally maintaining high precision in the data is most important

     for the independent variable, particularly incident energy. Since

     we do not expect very narrow resonance structure below 0.01 eV or

     above 10 MeV generally these output conventions will maintain the

     accuracy of the EXFOR data to meet requirements.

 

     DEFINITION OF 8 COMPUTATION FORMAT DATA FIELDS

     ----------------------------------------------

     The user may use the title dictionary to output any EXFOR column

     into any computation format data field. As distributed the title

     dictionary contains a number of conventions which if at all

     possible should be followed by the users. The general definitions

     of the 8 computation format data fields are:

 

     Data field   Definition

     ----------   ----------

       1          Projectile incident energy

       2          Projectile incident energy uncertainty

       3          Data, e.g., cross section, angular distribution, etc.

       4          Data uncertainty

       5          Cosine or legendre order

       6          Cosine uncertainty

       7          Identified by columns 95-97 (e.g.,level E, half-life)

       8          Identified by columns 95-97 (e.g.,level E, uncertainty)

 

     The physical significance of each field is defined by the assigned

     MF number. For example, for MF =3 (cross sections), columns 1 and

     2 contain the incident projectile energy and its uncertainty in

     eV, respectively and columns 3 - 4 contain the cross section and

     its uncertainty in barns, respectively and columns 7 and 8 may

     contain a level energy and its uncertainty in eV or a half-life

     and its uncertainty in seconds.

 

     SPECIAL CONVENTIONS

     The above conventions are appropriate for most types of data

     in the ENDF system. In order to allow this program to plot

     additional types of data the following special conventions have

     been adopted,

 

     Cross section ratios  - Field 5 = MT of denominator.

     (MF = 203)              Field 6 = ZA of denominator.

     Resonance integrals   - Field 1 = lower energy limit.

     (MF = 213)              Field 2 = upper energy limit.

     Spectrum averages     - Field 1 = lower energy limit.

     (MF = 223)              Field 2 = upper energy limit.

     Fission yield data    - Field 5 = ZA of fission fragment.

     (MF = 801)              Field 6 = mass of fission fragment.

     Production            - Field 6 = ZA of product.

     (MT = 9000-9999)

 

     See, remarks below on metastable state flags.

 

     REQUIRED DATA FIELDS

     --------------------

     For various types of data the program will check if all required

     fields are defined and non-blank. If they are not warning messages

     will be printed. If the data field (Field 3) is not defined or

     blank the data point will not be output. If the data field is not

     defined this usually indicates an error in the EXFOR data. Blank

     data fields are quite common in multi-dimensional tables and a

     warning may or may not indicate an error (check the EXFOR data to

     see if it is correct).

 

     The program considers that the following fields are required:

 

      MF (Data type)         Data field (X = Required)

     ---------------------   -------------------------

                              1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8

     ---------------------   -------------------------

       3 (Cross sections)     X     X

       4 (Angular dist.)      X     X     X

       5 (Energy dist.)       X     X           X

       6 (Double diff.)       X     X     X     X

     154 (Legendre coeff.)    X     X     X

     203 (Ratios)             X     X     X  X

     801 (Yield data).        X     X     X  X

 

     (See the above definition of the 8 data fields).

 

     MULTI-DIMENSIONAL TABLES

     ------------------------

     The program can translate multi-dimensional EXFOR tables for:

     (1) Multiple reactions following the EXFOR keyword reaction

         (ISO-QUANT, etc.) with each reaction identified by a character

         in column 11.

     (2) Single reactions with multiple common fields each identified

         by a character in the eleventh column of each field.

     (3) The old ISO-QUANT, etc. convention of reactions separated by

         commas, e.g., ((90-TH-232,NG)/(29-CU-0,NG)),(29-CU-0,NG)).

 

     TRANSLATION OF EXFOR REACTIONS

     ------------------------------

     Not all EXFOR reactions (ISO-QUANT, etc.) can be translated by

     this program. In order to translate each reaction the program will

     first break each reaction into a series of simple reactions and

     remove and save the target and residual ZA, E.G.:

 

     ((26-FE-56(N,G)26-FE-57-M1,,SIG)/(26-FE-56(N,G)26-FE-57-G,,SIG))

 

     is broken down to define

 

     ZA-target = 26056 , ZA-residual = 260571, reaction = (N,G),SIG

 

     Note residual metastable state flags. See explanation below.

 

     The program will then define an equivalent MF, MT for each

     reaction.

 

     The program will next translate the following types of

     reactions:

     (1) Simple reactions

         (N,G),SIG

     (2) Equivalent reactions

         ((N,G),SIG)=...anything else....

         After decoding the first simple reaction the program assumes

         that the first simple reaction is truly equivalent to the

         remainder of the reaction and defines ZA, MF and MT based on

         the first simple reaction.

     (3) Simple ratios

         ((N,G)M1/G,,SIG/RAT) or ((N,G)M1,SIG)/((N,G)G,SIG)

     (4) Complex reactions - all with the same equivalent ZA

         ((N,EL),WID,,G)*((N,G),WID)/((N,TOT),WID)

     (5) Other reactions

         (((N,G),SIG)/((N,G),SIG),(N,G),SIG))

 

         If the reaction is not one of the above types the program will

         try to use the entire EXFOR reaction, including target and

         residual ZA and see if it is defined in reaction equivalent

         dictionary. If an MF, MT is defined for the entire reaction

         the program will use the target and residual ZA from the first

         simple reaction to translate the data. This last form may be

         used to insure that almost all EXFOR reaction can be

         translated, regardless of how complicated it is (for examples

         see reaction dictionary) however the user should carefully

         check the output to insure that the data has been translated

         as intended.

 

     The only reactions that have so far been found that cannot be

     correctly translated are ratios of production cross sections,

     e.g., (29-CU-0(P,X)26-FE-56)/(28-NI-0(P,X)26-FE-58)

     because ratio data requires fields 5 and 6 for the denominator

     MT and ZA and ratio data requires field 5 for the product ZA.

     When this case is encountered the program will print an error

     message and output the denominator MT and ZA in fields 5 and 6.

     In this case the output will identify the numerator as ZA=29000,

     MT=9001 and the denominator as ZA=28000, MT=9001. One solution

     is to modify the output of this program by defining two reactions,

     e.g., MT = 8001 = (p,x) 26-Fe-56 and MT = 8002 = (p,x) 26-Fe-58,

     modify the numerator MT to 8001 and denominator MT to 8002 and

     then properly interpreting the data using these definition in all

     applications (for examples, see program PLOTC4 input directions

     for proton induced reactions).

 

     OUTPUT REPORT

     -------------

     This program will write a report on Unit 6 (OUTP) to allow the

     user to monitor the translation of the EXFOR data. It is extremely

     important that the user read this report and not simply assume

     that all of the data has been properly translated.

 

     After identifying each EXFOR accession, sub-accession number,

     ZA, MF, MT and reaction the program can print two types of

     messages:

 

     WARNING    = Something unusual has occurred. The user should

                  carefully check to insure that the output data has

                  been properly translated.

     OPERATION  = One of the defined reaction, title or unit operations

                  has been performed on the data. The user should

                  carefully check to insure that the proper operation

                  has been performed.

 

     If the user does not agree with how the data has been translated

     the three dictionaries may to be modified and the program re-run.

     For example, if the program prints a warning that the title

     dictionary tells it to output E-ERR1, E-ERR2, E-ERR3 all in the

     same computation format field, followed by an operation that says

     the program will only output E-ERR1 and ignore the other 2 EXFOR

     fields, if the user would rather output E-ERR2 and ignore E-ERR1

     and E-ERR3 it is merely necessary to modify the title dictionary

     to ignore E-ERR1 and E-ERR3 and select E-ERR2 and then re-run the

     program.

 

     METASTABLE STATE

     ----------------

     The computation format allows the metastable state of the target

     and residual nucleus to be identified. For ratio data metastable

     state of both numerator and denominator of the ratio may be

     defined.

 

     The metastable state of the target is identified in column 12 and

     the metastable state of the residual nuclues in column 20. For

     ratio data the metastable state of the denominator target and

     residual nucleus are identified by output the denominator ZA and

     MT in the form ZA.M and MT.M (e.g., 26056.9 and 102.1). Columns

     12 and 20 could contain characters such as M, but to maintain the

     eight output fields in strictly numerical form the denominator

     ZA.M and MT.M will be output in numerical form. The possible

     characters that may appear in columns 12 or 20 and their numerical

     equivalents used with ratio denominator ZA and MT include:

 

     Definition    Column 12 or 20     Equivalent

     ----------    ---------------     ----------

     ground              G                0

     m1                  1                1

     m2                  2                2

     m3                  3                3

     m4                  4                4

     m5                  5                5

     unknown             ?                6

     m                   M                7

     more than 1         +                8

     all or total        T                9

     all or total      blank              9

 

     By convention if an EXFOR reaction does not specify a metastable

     state the state is defined in the computation format to be..ALL..

     (i.e., blank in column 12 or 20, 9 in ratio ZA or MT).

 

     For example, for a ratio if the ZA.m and MT.m are output as

     26056.9 and 102.1, respectively the ratio denominator target is

     26-Fe-56 (all) and the reaction is capture (MT=102) leaving the

     residual nucleus in the m1 state.

 

     NOTE: Since most data will not contain a metastable state flag

     the above convention to output the ZA and MT of the denominator

     of ratios allows the user to read and use the denominator ZA and

     MT as integers (effectively ignoring any metastable state flag) or

     if necessary to determine the metastable state.

 

     EXFOR STATUS

     ------------

     Column 21 of each computation format record may contain blank

     (status not specified) or one to the following characters:

 

     Column 21   Definition

     ---------   ----------

        U        Un-normalized (indicated by unit translation dictionary)

                 This condition has priority over the EXFOR status and

                 is used to indicate that the data is not in standard

                 output units).

        A        Approved by author

        C        Correlated

        D        Dependent

        O        Outdated

        P        Preliminary

        R        Re-normalized

        S        Superceded

 

     If data has any other EXFOR status (e.g., translated from SCISRS)

     it will be ignored and the status field will be output as blank.

 

  INPUT FILES

     -----------

     Unit  Description

     ----  -----------

      10   EXFOR data (to be translated) (BCD - 80 characters/record)

      12   EXFOR reaction dictionary     (BCD - 80 characters/record)

      14   EXFOR title dictionary        (BCD - 80 characters/record)

      15   EXFOR units dictionary        (BCD - 80 characters/record)

 

     OUTPUT FILES

     ------------

     Unit  Description

     ----  -----------

       4   List of all undefined EXFOR reactions, titles and units

           found during the translation (if any).(BCD -  80 characters)

       6   Output report                         (BCD - 132 characters)

      11   Computation format experimental data  (BCD - 131 characters)

 

     SCRATCH FILES

     -------------

     NONE

 

     INPUT PARAMETERS

     ----------------

     None

 

     REPORTING ERRORS

     ----------------

     In order to improve this code and make future versions more

     compatible for use on as many different types of computers as

     possible please report all compiler diagnostics and/or operating

     problems to the author at the above address.

 

     Please remember if you simply report "I'VE GOT A PROBLEM" and do

     not adequately describe exactly how you were using the program

     it will be impossible for the author to help you. When a problem

     arises please write to the author, describe the problem in as much

     detail as possible, identify the version of the program that you

     are using (e.g. Version 2001-3) and send the following information

     in computer-readable form (e-mail, floppy disc, etc.) to the author:

 

     (1) A copy of the program you are using

     (2) A copy of compiler diagnostics (if any)

     (3) A copy of the JCL deck you used to execute the program

     (4) A copy of the 3 translation dictionaries you are using

     (5) A copy of the EXFOR format data you using

     (6) A copy of the computation format data you produce

     (7) A copy of the output report from the program.

 

     Without all of this information it is impossible to exactly

     simulate the problem that you ran and to determine the source

     of your problem.

 

    ***** COMPUTER DEPENDENT CODING ******

 

    COMPUTER DEPENDENT CODING

    -------------------------

 

    * This program is designed to be used with a Fortran-77 or

     Fortran-90 compiler.

 

    * The only compiler dependent format statements involve,

     (1) CHARACTER*1 and CHARACTER*4

     (2) Testing for errors and end of file during reads.

 

    * It is assumed that characters are stored in successive storage

      locations and that characters may be treated as continuous strings

      of characters in either CHARACTER*4 or CHARACTER*1 format.

 

    * For example, if one subroutine contains,

 

      CHARACTER*4 BCD

      DIMENSION BCD(10)

 

     the array BCD is assumed to be an array of 40 characters in

     successive byte locations.

 

     It is assumed that this array can be passed as an argument to

     another subroutine and used as CHARACTER*1, e.g.,

 

      CALL DUMMY(BCD)

 

      SUBROUTINE DUMMY(BCD)

      CHARACTER*1 BCD

      DIMENSION BCD(40)

 

    * This convention will work on all 32 bit per word computers (e.g.,

      IBM or IBM compatible computers).

 

    * For longer word length computers (e.g., CDC or CRAY) it is

      suggested that before implementing and using this program the

      user first verify that character strings can be treated as

      described above, e.g., write a simple program to read a character

      string of 40 characters in CHARACTER*4 format, pass it to a

      subroutine which uses the character string in CHARACTER*1 format

      and print the character string in the subroutine. If the character

      string is printed as a continuous string you will be able to use

      this program. If the character string is not printed as a

      continuous string it is not recommended that you use this rogram.

 

    * This program using the Fortran-77 convention for testing for

      reading errors and end of file during reads, e.g.,

 

      READ(10,1000,END=100,ERR=200) A,B,C,D

 


 

Reaction Dictionary

 

EXFOR REACTION - MF/MT EQUIVALENCE TABLE                                       1

========================================                                       1

COMMENT CARDS ARE DEFINED BY A 1 IN COLUMN 80                                  1

REACTION DEFINITIONS MUST HAVE A BLANK COLUMN 80                               1

WARNING...FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS CONVENTION WILL RESULT IN ERRORS              1

                                                                               1

FORMAT                                                                         1

======                                                                         1

COLUMNS   DEFINITION                                                           1

=======   ==========                                                           1

  1- 48   EXFOR REACTION (WARNING...DO NOT GO BEYOND COLUMN 48).               1

 49- 53   PROJECTILE ZA (E.G. NEUTRON = 1, PROTON = 1001)                      1

 54- 56   MF NUMBER (USE ENDF/B CONVENTION FOR MF =1 TO 99, MF=100 TO 999      1

          TO TRANSLATE DATA NOT EQUIVALENT TO ENDF/B)                          1

 57- 60   MT NUMBER (USE ENDF/B CONVENTION FOR MT =1 TO 999, MT=1000 TO 9999   1

          TO TRANSLATE DATA NOT EQUIVALENT TO ENDF/B)                          1

 61- 63   OPERATION NUMBER (SEE, LIST BELOW FOR DEFINITIONS).                  1

                                                                               1

FOR COMPLICATED REACTIONS OF OVER 48 CHARACTERS IT IS ONLY NECESSARY TO        1

LIST THE FIRST 48 CHARACTERS, AS OPPOSED TO THE ENTIRE REACTION, AS LONG       1

AS THE FIRST 48 CHARACTERS UNIQUELY DEFINE THE REACTION, E.G., SEE             1

REACTION DEFINITIONS UNDER YIELD DATA.                                         1

                                                                               1

TRANSLATION CONVENTIONS                                                        1

=======================                                                        1

NOTE, THE PROGRAM TO CONVERT DATA FROM THE EXFOR TO COMPUTATION FORMAT         1

HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ALLOW THE USER TO CONVERT VIRTUALLY ANY EXFOR DATA        1

TO THE COMPUTATION FORMAT. THE USER SHOULD USE THE ENDF/B DEFINITION OF        1

MF AND MT IF POSSIBLE. IN ADDITION THE SPECIAL EXTENSIONS OF MF AND MT         1

DEFINED BELOW SHOULD BE FOLLOWED, IF POSSIBLE. IF THE USER TRANSLATES          1

OTHER DATA YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THE TRANSLATION PROGRAM MAY BE USED        1

TO CONVERT EXFOR DATA TO STANDARD UNITS AND COLUMN ORDER, BUT THE USER         1

MUST WRITE PROGRAMS TO SUBSEQUENTLY OPERATE ON THE TRANSLATED DATA.            1

                                                                               1

THE AUTHOR OF THE TRANSLATION CODE ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE        1

SPECIAL PROGRAMS TO TREAT SPECIAL TYPES OF DATA TRANSLATED BY THE USER         1

THE USER.                                                                      1

                                                                               1

DEFINED MF NUMBERS                                                             1

==================                                                             1

FOR CONVENIENCE IN LISTING AND/OR PLOTTING DATA THE FOLLOWING MF NUMBERS       1

HAVE BEEN DEFINED,                                                             1

                                                                               1

DATA TYPE                                 MF SPECIAL CONVENTIONS               1

=========                               ==== ===================               1

SAME AS ENDF/B                         3-  6 (PARTICLE/ISOTOPE MT=9000         1

                                              PRODUCT DEFINED BY               1

                                              FIELD 6 =ZA)                     1

LEGENDRE COEFFICIENTS                    154                                   1

RATIOS                                   203 (DENOMINATOR DEFINED BY           1

                                              FIELD 5 =MT.MF                   1

                                              FIELD 6 =ZA.MI                   1

                                              MF - FINAL METASTABLE STATE      1

                                              MI - INITIAL METASTABLE STATE    1

RESONANCE INTEGRALS                      213                                   1

SPECTRUM AVERAGES                        223                                   1

TRIPLE DIFFERENTIAL                      306                                   1

NUCLEAR AND RESONANCE PARAMETERS     400-499                                   1

FISSION YIELD DATA                   800-899 (FISSION PRODUCT DEFINED BY       1

                                              FIELD 5 =ELEMENT                 1

                                              FIELD 6 =MASS)                   1

LEVEL DENSITY PARAMETER                  900                                   1

                                                                               1

DEFINED MT NUMBERS                                                             1

==================                                                             1

FOR CONVENIENCE IN LISTING AND/OR PLOTTING DATA THE FOLLOWING MT NUMBERS       1

HAVE BEEN DEFINED,                                                             1

                                                                               1

REACTION                                  MT                                   1

========                                ====                                   1

SAME AS ENDF/B                        1- 999                                   1

(N,N+P)                                 1001 * MT EXTENSIONS                   1

(N,N+P)+(N,P)                           1002   MT =1000 + ASSIGNED MT          1

(N,N+P)+(N,D)                           1003       NUMBER                      1

(N,N+A)+(N,A)                           1004                                   1

(N,3-LI-7)PAR,SIG                       1200                                   1

(N,P)DI                                 2103 * DIRECT MT = MT + 2000           1

(N,P)CN                                 3103 * COMPOUND MT = MT + 3000         1

(P,N)                                   8001 * LIGHT PARTICLE INDUCED          1

(D,N)                                   8002   NEUTRON PRODUCTION MT =         1

(T,N)                                   8003   8000 + ASSIGNED MT              1

(A,N)                                   8004                                   1

(N,X)                                   9000 PARTICLE/ISOTOPE PRODUCTION       1

(P,X)                                   9001 (PRODUCT DEFINED BY               1

(D,X)                                   9002  FIELD 6 =ZA)                     1

(T,X)                                   9003                                   1

(HE-3,X)                                9004                                   1

(A,X)                                   9005                                   1

                                                                               1

DEFINITION OF 8 COMPUTATION FORMAT DATA FIELDS                                 1

==============================================                                 1

IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS IF AT ALL POSSIBLE THE USER SHOULD             1

FOLLOW THE BELOW CONVENTIONS,                                                  1

                                                                               1

DATA FIELD   DEFINITION                                                        1

==========   ==========                                                        1

  1          PROJECTILE INCIDENT ENERGY                                        1

  2          PROJECTILE INCIDENT ENERGY UNCERTAINTY                            1

  3          DATA (E.G., CROSS SECTION, ANGLE OR ENERGY DISTRIBUTION)          1

  4          DATA UNCERTAINTY                                                  1

  5          COSINE OR LEGENDRE ORDER                                          1

  6          COSINE UNCERTAINTY                                                1

  7          SECONDARY ENERGY                                                  1

  8          SECONDARY ENERGY UNCERTAINTY                                      1

                                                                               1

SPECIAL CONVENTIONS                                                            1

===================                                                            1

CROSS SECTION RATIOS  - FIELDS 5 WILL CONTAIN MT AND FIELD 6 WILL              1

                        CONTAIN ZA OF THE DENOMINATOR OF THE RATIO             1

RESONANCE INTEGRALS   - FIELDS 1 AND 2 WILL CONTAIN LOWER AND UPPER            1

                        ENERGY LIMITS                                          1

SPECTRUM AVERAGES     - FIELDS 1 AND 2 WILL CONTAIN LOWER AND UPPER            1

                        ENERGY LIMITS                                          1

FISSION YIELD DATA    - FIELD 5 WILL CONTAIN THE ELEMENT ZA AND FIELD          1

                        FIELD 6 WILL CONTAIN THE MASS                          1

PRODUCTION            - FIELD 6 WILL CONTAIN THE ZA OF THE PARTICLE OR         1

                        ISOTOPE PRODUCED                                       1

                                                                               1

DEFINED OPERATIONS                                                             1

==================                                                             1

TO PERFORM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ON THE EXFOR DATA ENTER ONE         1

OF THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS IN COLUMN 63 (E.G., FOR SPECTRUM AVERAGED DATA        1

IF NO ENERGY IS GIVEN TO CREATE AN ENERGY = 0.0253 EV INSERT A 1 IN            1

COLUMN 63 OPPOSITE (N,G),SIG,,MXW)).                                           1

                                                                               1

ALL OPERATIONS ON DATA (COLUMN 3) WILL ALSO BE PERFORMED ON THE DATA           1

ERROR (COLUMN 4).                                                              1

                                                                               1

(1) IF NO EN DEFINE EN = 0.0253 EV (THERMAL SPECTRUM AVERAGE).                 1

(2) IF NO EN DEFINE EN =2.0 MEV (FISSION SPECTRUM AVERAGE).                    1

(3) DATA = DATA/2.0 (CONVERT (N,EL),,WID,,2G TO (N,EL),,WID,,G)).              1

(4) DATA = DATA/(2*L+1) (LEGENDRE COEFFICIENTS).                               1

(5) DATA = DATA/F(0) (F(0) = ZEROTH ORDER LEGENDRE COEFFICIENT)                1

(6) DATA = DATA/(F(0)*(2*L+1)) (F(0) = ZEROTH ORDER LEGENDRE COEFFICIENT)      1

                                                                               1

NOTE, THESE CONVENTIONS ARE CODED INTO THE TRANSLATION PROGRAM.                1

THE USER SHOULD NOT ADD ANY OPERATIONS TO THIS LIST UNLESS THEY ARE            1

ALSO INCLUDED IN THE TRANSLATION PROGRA.                                       1

                                                                               1

REACTION                                   PROJECTILE MF  MT OPERATION         1

======================================================================         1

                                                                               1

CROSS SECTIONS                                                                 1

                                                                               1

(N,TOT),SIG                                         1  3   1  0

TOT                                                 1  3   1  0

(N,EL),SIG                                          1  3   2  0

NF                                                  1  3  18  0

NG                                                  1  3 102  0

(N,P),SIG                                           1  3 103  0

(N,P),SIG,,A                                        1  3 103  0

(N,D),SIG                                           1  3 104  0

NT                                                  1  3 105  0

NA                                                  1  3 107  0

(N,A),SIG                                           1  3 107  0

(N,2A),SIG                                          1  3 108  0

(N,2A)PAR,SIG                                       1  31108  0

(N,T+2A),SIG                                        1  3 113  0

(N,T+2A)PAR,SIG                                     1  31113  0

(N,N+P),SIG                                         1  31001  0

((N,P),SIG)+((N,N+P),SIG)                           1  31002  0

((N,N+P),SIG)+((N,D),SIG)                           1  31003  0

(N,3-LI-7)PAR,SIG                                   1  31200  0

(N,P)DI,SIG                                         1  32103  0

(D,N)PAR,TTY,G,,EXP                              1002  0   0  0

(D,N)PAR,SIG,G,,EXP                              1002  38002  0

                                                                               1

ANGULAR DISTRIBUTIONS                                                          1

                                                                               1

(N,EL),DA                                           1  4   2  0

(N,INL),DA                                          1  4   4  0

(N,INL)PAR,DA                                       1  4  51  0

(N,INL)PAR,DA,G,A                                   1  4  51  0

(N,P),DA                                            1  4 103  0

(N,P)PAR,DA                                         1  41103  0

(N,N+P),DA,P                                        1  41001  0

((N,P),DA)+((N,N+P),DA,P)                           1  41002  0

(N,P)DI,DA                                          1  42103  0

                                                                               1

DOUBLE DIFFERENTIAL DATA                                                       1

                                                                               1

(N,2N),DA/DE                                        1  6  16  0

(N,N+A),DA/DE,A,REL                                 1  6  22  0

(N,N+P),DA/DE,P                                     1  6  28  0

(N,P),DA/DE                                         1  6 103  0

(N,A),DA/DE,,REL                                    1  6 107  0

((N,P),DA/DE)+((N,N+P),DA/DE,P)                     1  61002  0

((N,A),DA/DE,,REL)+((N,N+A),DA/DE,A,REL)            1  61004  0

                                                                               1

PARTICLE/ISOTOPE PRODUCTION                                                    1

                                                                               1

THE PRODUCED PARTICLE OR ISOTOPE WILL BE DEFINED BY OUTPUTTING ZA IN           1

FIELD 6.                                                                       1

                                                                               1

(N,X),SIG                                           1  39000  0

(N,X)CN,SIG                                         1  39000  0

(P,X),SIG                                           1  39001  0

(D,X),SIG                                           1  39002  0

(T,X),SIG                                           1  39003  0

(HE-3,X),SIG                                        1  39004  0

(A,X),SIG                                           1  39005  0

(N,X),DA                                            1  49000  0

(N,X)PAR,DA                                         1  49000  0

                                                                               1

LEGENDRE COEFFICIENTS                                                          1

OPERATION FLAGS ARE SET TO REDUCE ALL LEGENDRE COEFFICIENTS TO THE FORM,       1

D(SIGMA)/D(MU)=1.0 +SUM(L=1 TO N) (2*L+1)*F(L)*P(L,MU)                         1

(I.E., ENDF/B CONVENTION - COEFFICENTS NORMALIZED TO F(0) WITH 2*L+1)          1

                                                                               1

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/RSL                                  1154   2  0

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/RS                                   1154   2  4

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/RSD                                  1154   2  4

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/2L2                                  1154   2  5

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/L4P                                  1154   2  5

(N,EL),DA,,LEG                                      1154   2  6

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/1K2                                  1154   2  6

(N,EL),DA,,LEG/RS0                                  1154   2  6

(D,N),DA,,LEG/1K2                                10021548002  6

(A,N)PAR,DA,,LEG/RS0,EVAL                        20041548004  6

                                                                               1

RATIOS                                                                         1

                                                                               1

SIMPLE CROSS SECTION (MF=3) RATIOS, E.G. (90-TH-232,MF)/(94-PU-238,NF)         1

WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY TRANSLATED AND NEED NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE BELOW         1

LIST. WHEN SIMPLE RATIOS ARE TRANSLATED THE DENOMINATOR WILL BE DEFINED        1

BY OUTPUTTING MT IN FIELD 5 AND ZA IN FIELD 6. THE FOLLOWING LIST SHOULD       1

ONLY BE USED TO DEFINE COMPLEX RATIOS.                                         1

                                                                               1

(N,P),SIG/RAT                                       1203 103  0

                                                                               1

RESONANCE INTEGRALS                                                            1

                                                                               1

(N,G),RI                                            1213 102  0

(N,G),RI,,RAW                                       1213 102  0

                                                                               1

SPECTRUM AVERAGES                                                              1

                                                                               1

(N,G),SIG,,MXW                                      1223 102  1

(N,G),SIG,,FIS                                      1223 102  2

                                                                               1

TRIPLE DIFFERENTIAL DATA                                                       1

                                                                               1

(N,2N+P),DA/DE/DE,N/N/P                             1306 103  0

                                                                               1

NUCLEAR AND RESONANCE PARAMETERS                                               1

                                                                               1

(0,0),TEM                                           04016001  0

(N,0),L                                             14026002  0

(N,0),J                                             14026003  0

(N,0),D                                             14026004  0

(N,TOT),WID                                         14026010  0

(N,EL),WID                                          14026021  0

(N,EL),WID,,G                                       14026022  0

(N,EL),WID/RED                                      14026023  0

(N,EL),WID/RED,,G                                   14026024  0

(N,EL),WID/RED,,2G                                  14026024  3

(N,G),WID                                           14026031  0

(N,G),WID,,G                                        14026032  0

(N,G),WID,,2G                                       14026032  3

((N,EL),WID,,G)*((N,G),WID)/((N,TOT),WID)           14026051  0

(N,EL),STF                                          14036001  0

(N,G),ARE                                           14046001  0

(N,G),WID,,AV                                       14056001  0

                                                                               1

YIELD DATA (USUALLY FISSION)                                                   1

                                                                               1

(N,F)ELEM/MASS,CUM,FY,,SPA                          1801  18  0

(N,F)ELEM/MASS,CUM,FY                               1801  18  0

(N,F)ELEM/MASS,IND,FY,,MXW                          1801  18  0

(N,F)MASS,CHN,FY,,MXW                               1801  18  0

((N,F)ELEM/MASS,IND,FY,,MXW)/((N,F)MASS,CHN,FY,,    1802  18  0

(N,F),DA,FF,COS/RSD                                 1  41016  0

(G,F),DA,FF,REL,EXP                                 0  41019  0

(N,F),DA,FF,LEG/RSD                                 11541016  4

                                                                               1

LEVEL DENSITY PARAMETER                                                        1

                                                                               1

LDP                                                 19001800  0


 

Titles Dictionary

 

 

EXFOR COLUMN TITLE TO COMPUTATION FORMAT OUTPUT COLUMN TABLE                   1

============================================================                   1

COMMENT CARDS ARE DEFINED BY A 1 IN COLUMN 80                                  1

REACTION DEFINITIONS MUST HAVE A BLANK COLUMN 80                               1

WARNING...FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS CONVENTION WILL RESULT IN ERRORS              1

                                                                               1

FORMAT                                                                         1

======                                                                         1

COLUMNS   DEFINITION                                                           1

=======   ==========                                                           1

  1- 10   EXFOR TITLE                                                          1

 11- 15   LOWEST MF NUMBER                                                     1

 16- 20   HIGHEST MF NUMBER                                                    1

 21- 25   COMPUTATION FORMAT OUTPUT FIELD (1 TO 8)                             1

 26- 30   OPERATION NUMBER (SEE, LIST BELOW FOR DEFINITIONS)                   1

 33- 35   DEFINITION OF FIELDS 7 AND 8...SEE BELOW LIST                        1

          (DEFINITION MUST BE RIGHT ADJUSTED TO END IN COLUMN 35).             1

          ONLY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE USED,                            1

          LVL=LEVEL         HL=HALF-LIFE    E2=SECONDARY ENERGY                1

          DLV=LEVEL RANGE  EXC=EXCITATION  DE2=SECONDARY ENERGY RANGE          1

          MIN=E-MIN        MAX=E-MAX                                           1

                                                                               1

REACTION DEFINED MF                                                            1

===================                                                            1

NOTE, THE REACTION DEFINED MF NUMBER CAN BE USED TO OPERATE ON AND             1

OUTPUT THE SAME TITLE IN DIFFERENT WAYS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF DATA            1

(E.G., SEE EN-MIN AND EN-MAX BELOW).                                           1

                                                                               1

DEFINED OPERATIONS                                                             1

==================                                                             1

TO PERFORM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ON AN EXFOR TITLE ENTER ONE         1

OF THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS IN COLUMN 30 (E.G., TO SET THE CENTER-OF-MASS         1

SYSTEM FLAG THE EXFOR TITLE DATA-CM HAS A 6 IN COLUMN 30).                     1

                                                                               1

(1) MULTIPLE FIELDS...ALWAYS CHOOSE THIS FIELD.                                1

(2) MULTIPLE FIELDS...CHOOSE THE FIRST FIELD.                                  1

(3) MULTIPLE FIELDS...NEVER CHOOSE THIS FIELD.                                 1

(4) MULTIPLE FIELDS...CHOOSE THE LARGEST FIELD, E.G. ERRORS.                   1

(5) MULTIPLE FIELDS...COMBINE FIELDS QUADRATICALLY, E.G. ERRORS,               1

                      (EN-ERR = SQRT(EN-ERR1**2 + EN-ERR2**2)).                1

(6) SET CENTER-OF-MASS SYSTEM FLAG IN OUTPUT                                   1

(7) MULTIPLE FIELDS...COMBINE FIELDS TO DEFINE AVERAGE, BUT NOT ERROR,         1

                      (EN-MIN AND EN-MAX TO DEFINE EN).                        1

(8) MULTIPLE FIELDS...COMBINE FIELDS TO DEFINE AVERAGE AND ERROR,              1

                      (EN-MIN AND EN-MAX TO DEFINE EN AND EN-ERR).             1

(9) -MIN/-MAX MUST APPEAR TOGETHER, E.G. EN-MIN/EN-MAX - RESONANCE INTEGRAL,   1

                     (IF MISSING DEFINE -MIN= 0 OR -MAX= 15 MEV).              1

(10) MULTIPLE FIELDS..CHOOSE LARGEST AND SMALLEST IN 2 SUCCESSIVE FIELDS,      1

                      (MULTIPLE E-LVL).                                        1

                                                                               1

            MF  MF   OUTPUT                                                    1

            LOW HIGH FIELD  OPERATION                                          1

                                                                               1

INITIAL ENERGY                                                                 1

                                                                               1

EN            1  999    1    1

EN-RES        1  999    1    1

EN-DUMMY      1  999    1    0

EN-MIN      121  399    1    9

EN-MAX      121  399    2    9

EN-MIN        1  999    1    8

EN-MAX        1  999    1    8

EN-RSL        1  999    2    4

EN-ERR        1  999    2    4

EN-RES-ERR    1  999    2    4

EN-NRM        1  999    0    0

                                                                               1

DATA                                                                           1

                                                                               1

DATA          1  199    3    1

DATA        200  209    3    0

DATA        210  999    3    1

DATA-APRX     1  999    3    0

DATA-CM       1  999    3    6

DATA-MIN      1  999    3    8

DATA-MAX      1  999    3    8

DATA-ERR      1  999    4    4

DATA-ERR1     1  999    4    4

DATA-ERR2     1  999    4    4

+DATA-ERR     1  999    4    4

-DATA-ERR     1  999    4    4

ERR-T         1  999    4    1

ERR-S         1  999    4    3

RATIO       200  209    3    1

RATIO-APRX  200  209    3    0

RATIO-ERR   200  209    4    0

RATIO       802  802    3    0

RATIO-APRX  802  802    3    0

RATIO-ERR   802  802    4    0

RATIO         1  999    0    0

RATIO-APRX    1  999    0    0

RATIO-ERR     1  999    0    0

                                                                               1

ANGULAR VARIABLES                                                              1

                                                                               1

COS           4  999    5    0

COS-CM        4  999    5    6

ANG           4  999    5    0

ANG-CM        4  999    5    6

ANG-RSL       4  999    6    4

                                                                               1

SECONDARY ENERGY                                                               1

                                                                               1

E             1  999    7   10   E2

E-CM          1  999    7   10   E2

E-LVL         1  999    7   10  LVL

E-EXC         1  999    7   10  EXC

E-EXC1        1  999    7   10  EXC

E-EXC2        1  999    7   10  EXC

E-EXC3        1  999    7   10  EXC

E1            1  999    7    0  DE2

E2            1  999    8    0

E-MIN         1  999    7    0  DE2

E-MAX         1  999    8    0  DE2

E1-MAX        1  999    7    0  DE2

E1-MIN        1  999    8    0  DE2

E-CM-MIN      1  999    7    0  DE2

E-CM-MAX      1  999    8    0  DE2

E-LVL-MIN     1  999    7    0  DE2

E-LVL-MAX     1  999    8    0  DE2

                                                                               1

YIELD (USUALLY FISSION). OUTPUT ELEMENT IN FIELD 5, MASS IN FIELD 6.           1

                                                                               1

ELEMENT       3    3    5    1

ELEMENT       4    4    0    0

ELEMENT     801  802    5    1

ELEMENT     804  804    0    0

MASS          3    4    6    1

MASS        801  804    6    1

                                                                               1

MISCELLANEOUS (USED)                                                           1

                                                                               1

MOMENTUM L    1  999    5    0

NUMBER        1  999    5    0

NUMBER-CM     1  999    5    6

HL1           1  999    7    0   HL

HL1-ERR       1  999    8    0

                                                                               1

MISCELLANEOUS (IGNORED)                                                        1

                                                                               1

MONIT1        1  999    0    0

MONIT2        1  999    0    0

MONIT3        1  999    0    0

MONIT-ERR     1  999    0    0

ASSUM         1  999    0    0

ASSUM1        1  999    0    0

ASSUM2        1  999    0    0

MISC          1  999    0    0

MISC1         1  999    0    0

MISC2         1  999    0    0

MISC3         1  999    0    0

MISC4         1  999    0    0

MISC-ERR      1  999    0    0

MISC1-ERR     1  999    0    0

MONIT         1  999    0    0

MONIT1-ERR    1  999    0    0

MONIT2-ERR    1  999    0    0

ISOMER        1  999    0    0

DECAY-FLAG    1  999    0    0

FLAG          1  999    0    0

N-OUT         1  999    0    0

 

 


 

Units Dictionary

 

 

EXFOR UNITS TO STANDARD UNIT CONVERSION TABLE                                  1

=============================================                                  1

COMMENT CARDS ARE DEFINED BY A 1 IN COLUMN 80                                  1

REACTION DEFINITIONS MUST HAVE A BLANK COLUMN 80                               1

WARNING...FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS CONVENTION WILL RESULT IN ERRORS              1

                                                                               1

FORMAT                                                                         1

======                                                                         1

COLUMNS   DEFINITION                                                           1

=======   ==========                                                           1

  1- 11   EXFOR UNITS                                                          1

 12- 22   STANDARD UNITS                                                       1

 23- 33   MULTIPLIER                                                           1

 34- 44   ADDER                                                                1

 45- 55   OPERATION NUMBER (SEE, LIST BELOW FOR DEFINITIONS).                  1

                                                                               1

NOTE, EXFOR UNITS WILL BE CONVERTED TO STANDARD UNITS BY MULTIPLYING           1

BY THE MULTIPLIER, ADDING THE ADDER AND THEN PERFORMING AN OPERATION           1

(IF ANY OPERATION), E.G., TO CONVERT DEG-C TO DEG-K MULTIPLY BY 1.0 AND        1

ADD 273.16, E.G., TO CONVERT ADEG TO COSINE MULTIPLY BY 1.0 AND PERFORM        1

OPERATION 2 (ANGLE TO COSINE CONVERSION).                                      1

                                                                               1

STANDARD UNITS                                                                 1

==============                                                                 1

THE USER MAY SPECIFY ANY SET OF DESIRED STANDARD OUTPUT UNITS. THE             1

FOLLOWING TABLE HAS CONVERSION FACTORS FOR EXFOR UNITS TO THE STANDARD         1

UNITS,                                                                         1

                                                                               1

EV          - ENERGY                                                           1

BARNS       - CROSS SECTION                                                    1

STERADIANS  - SOLID ANGLE                                                      1

SECONDS     - TIME                                                             1

KELVIN      - TEMPERATURE                                                      1

                                                                               1

DEFINED OPERATIONS                                                             1

==================                                                             1

TO PERFORM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ON AN EXFOR UNIT ENTER ONE          1

OF THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS IN COLUMN 55 (E.G., TO PERFORM PER-CENT TO            1

ABSOLUTE CONVERSION THE EXFOR UNIT PER-CENT HAS A 1 IN COLUMN 55).             1

                                                                               1

(1) CONVERT PER-CENT TO ABSOLUTE                                               1

(2) CONVERT ANGLE TO COSINE (ANGLE OR ANGULAR ERROR).                          1

(3) CONVERT RESOLUTION (E.G. NSEC/M TO ENERGY ERROR EV).                       1

    WARNING...THIS CONVERSION ASSUMES MASS =1 PROJECTILES, E.G. N OR P.        1

(4) CONVERT ANGSTROM TO EV.                                                    1

(5) CONVERT LENGTH TO BARNS (E.G., FERMI TO BARNS).                            1

(6) BARNS*SQRT(E) TO BARNS (E.G., SOME RESONANCE PARAMETERS).                  1

(7) PRINT WARNING FOLLOWED BY UNITS (E.G., WARNING...UNITS=ABR-UNITS).         1

(8) PRINT WARNING FOLLOWED BY UNITS (E.G., WARNING...UNITS=ABR-UNITS),         1

    AND CHANGE STATUS TO UNNORMALIZED (U).                                     1

                                                                               1

EXFOR      STANDARD                                                            1

UNITS      UNITS       MULTIPLIER ADDER           OPERATION                    1

                                                                               1

ENERGY                                                                         1

                                                                               1

MICRO-EV   EV          1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MILLI-EV   EV          1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

EV         EV          1.0        0.0                 0

KEV        EV          1.00000+ 3 0.0                 0

MEV        EV          1.00000+ 6 0.0                 0

GEV        EV          1.00000+ 9 0.0                 0

TEV        EV          1.00000+12 0.0                 0

1/MICRO-EV 1/EV        1.00000+ 6 0.0                 0

1/MILLI-EV 1/EV        1.00000+ 3 0.0                 0

1/EV       1/EV        1.0        0.0                 0

1/KEV      1/EV        1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

1/MEV      1/EV        1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

1/GEV      1/EV        1.00000- 9 0.0                 0

1/TEV      1/EV        1.00000-12 0.0                 0

                                                                               1

RESOLUTION                                                                     1

                                                                               1

NSEC/M     EV          1.0        0.0                 3

MICROSEC/M EV          1.00000+ 3 0.0                 3

MSEC/M     EV          1.00000+ 6 0.0                 3

ANGSTROM   EV          1.0        0.0                 4

                                                                               1

CROSS SECTIONS                                                                 1

                                                                               1

MICRO-B    B           1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MB         B           1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B          B           1.0        0.0                 0

KB         B           1.00000+ 6 0.0                 0

MB*RT-EV   B           1.00000- 3 0.0                 6

B*RT-EV    B           1.0        0.0                 6

MB*MILLIEV B*EV        1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MB*EV      B*EV        1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B*MILLI-EV B*EV        1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B*EV       B*EV        1.0        0.0                 0

MB*EV-SQ   B*EV-SQ     1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B*EV-SQ    B*EV-SQ     1.0        0.0                 0

B*EV*RT-EV B*EV*RT-EV  1.0        0.0                 0

                                                                               1

LENGTH                                                                         1

                                                                               1

FERMI      B           1.00000- 1 0.0                 5

MM         B           1.00000+11 0.0                 5

CM         B           1.00000+12 0.0                 5

M          B           1.00000+14 0.0                 5

                                                                               1

ANGLES                                                                         1

                                                                               1

ASEC       NO-DIM      2.77777- 4 0.0                 2

AMIN       NO-DIM      1.66666- 2 0.0                 2

ADEG       NO-DIM      1.0        0.0                 2

                                                                               1

ANGULAR DISTRIBUTIONS                                                          1

                                                                               1

MU-B/SR    B/SR        1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MB/SR      B/SR        1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B/SR       B/SR        1.0        0.0                 0

1/SR       1/SR        1.0        0.0                 0

                                                                               1

ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS                                                           1

                                                                               1

MU-B/MEV   B/EV        1.0        0.0                 0

MB/EV      B/EV        1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

MB/KEV     B/EV        1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MB/MEV     B/EV        1.00000- 9 0.0                 0

B/MILLI-EV B/EV        1.00000+ 3 0.0                 0

B/EV       B/EV        1.0        0.0                 0

B/KEV      B/EV        1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B/MEV      B/EV        1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

                                                                               1

DOUBLE DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTIONS                                              1

                                                                               1

MUB/SR/MEV B/SR/EV     1.00000-12 0.0                 0

MB/SR/EV   B/SR/EV     1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

MB/SR/KEV  B/SR/EV     1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MB/SR/MEV  B/SR/EV     1.00000- 9 0.0                 0

MB/SR/GEV  B/SR/EV     1.00000-12 0.0                 0

B/SR/MI-EV B/SR/EV     1.00000+ 3 0.0                 0

B/SR/EV    B/SR/EV     1.0        0.0                 0

B/SR/KEV   B/SR/EV     1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

B/SR/MEV   B/SR/EV     1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

B/SR/GEV   B/SR/EV     1.00000- 9 0.0                 0

                                                                               1

TRIPLE DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTIONS                                              1

                                                                               1

MB/SR/MEV2 B/SR/EV2    1.00000-15 0.0                 0

                                                                               1

TEMPERATURE                                                                    1

                                                                               1

DEG-K      DEG-K       1.0        0.0                 0

DEG-C      DEG-K       1.0        273.16              0

DEG-F      DEG-K       0.555556   255.382             0

                                                                               1

TIME                                                                           1

                                                                               1

PSEC       SEC         1.00000-12 0.0                 0

NSEC       SEC         1.00000- 9 0.0                 0

MICROSEC   SEC         1.00000- 6 0.0                 0

MSEC       SEC         1.00000- 3 0.0                 0

SEC        SEC         1.0        0.0                 0

MIN        SEC         6.00000+ 1 0.0                 0

HR         SEC         3.60000+ 2 0.0                 0

D          SEC         8.64000+ 3 0.0                 0

Y          SEC         3.15576+ 6 0.0                 0

YR         SEC         3.15576+ 6 0.0                 0

1/PSEC     1/SEC       1.00000+12 0.0                 0

1/NSEC     1/SEC       1.00000+ 9 0.0                 0

1/MICROSEC 1/SEC       1.00000+ 6 0.0                 0

1/MSEC     1/SEC       1.00000+ 3 0.0                 0

1/SEC      1/SEC       1.0        0.0                 0

1/MIN      1/SEC       1.66666- 2 0.0                 0

1/HR       1/SEC       2.77777- 3 0.0                 0

1/D        1/SEC       1.15741- 4 0.0                 0

1/Y        1/SEC       3.16881- 7 0.0                 0

1/YR       1/SEC       3.16881- 7 0.0                 0

                                                                               1

MISCELLANEOUS                                                                  1

                                                                               1

PER-CENT   (VARIOUS)   1.0        0.0                 1

NO-DIM     NO-DIM      1.0        0.0                 0

GAM/100N   GAM/100N    1.00000- 2 0.0                 7

GAM/PART   GAM/PART    1.0        0.0                 7

PC/FIS     PC/FIS      1.00000- 2 0.0                 7

ARB-UNITS  ARB-UNITS   1.0        0.0                 8

SEE TEXT   SEE TEXT    1.0        0.0                 7

MUCI/MUA   MUCI/MUA    1.0        0.0                 7

MUCI/MUAHR MUCI/MUAHR  1.0        0.0                 7

 


 

Example Output Report

 

 TRANSLATE DATA FROM EXFOR TO COMPUTATION FORMAT (X4TOC4 VERSION 86-1)

 ======================================================================

 READING TRANSLATION TABLES

 ======================================================================

 REACTIONS------------  100 (  400 ALLOWED)

 TITLES---------------   90 (  400 ALLOWED)

 UNITS----------------   93 (  400 ALLOWED)

 ======================================================================

    AN SAN PROJECT  TARGET RESIDUAL  MF   MT REACTION

 ======================================================================

 10529   3       1  14028    14028    3    4   (N,INL),SIG

 11274  11       1  14028    13028    3  103   (N,P),SIG

          OPERATION...CONVERTED PER-CENT TO ABSOLUTE

 11464   4       1  14028    13028    3  103   (N,P),SIG

 20498   2       1  14028    14028    4    2   (N,EL),DA

          OPERATION...CENTER-OF-MASS SYSTEM FLAG SET

          OPERATION...CONVERTED ANGULAR ERROR TO COSINE ERROR

 21984 119       1  14028    14028    4    2   (N,EL),DA

          OPERATION...CENTER-OF-MASS SYSTEM FLAG SET

          OPERATION...CENTER-OF-MASS SYSTEM FLAG SET

          OPERATION...CONVERTED ANGLES TO COSINES

 31097   3       1  14028    13028    3  103   (N,P),SIG

 ======================================================================

 TRANSLATION SUMMARY

 ======================================================================

 SUBENTRIES TRANSLATED--------      6

 SUBENTRIES SKIPPED-----------      0 (NO OUTPUT)

 POINTS READ------------------    318

 POINTS TRANSLATED------------    318

 DATA FIELDS NOT DEFINED------      0 (NO OUTPUT)

 DATA FIELDS BLANK------------      0 (NO OUTPUT)

 UNDEFINED REACTIONS----------      0

 UNDEFINED TITLES-------------      0

 UNDEFINED UNITS--------------      0

 ======================================================================

 


 

 

 

Example EXFOR format data

 

 

REQUEST           1001   20010326          3     095246               0  0    0

ENTRY            10529     830901                                 10529000    1

SUBENT        10529001     830901                                 10529001    1

BIB                 13         21                                 10529001    2

INSTITUTE  (1USAORL)                                              10529001    3

REFERENCE  (C,71KNOX,1,191,7103)                                  10529001    4

AUTHOR     (F.G.PEREY,W.E.KINNEY,R.L.MACKLIN)                     10529001    5

TITLE      HIGH RESOLUTION INELASTIC CROSS SECTION MEASUREMENTS   10529001    6

           FOR NA,SI,AND FE.                                      10529001    7

FACILITY   (LINAC) OAK RIDGE ELECTRON LINEAR ACCELERATOR          10529001    8

N-SOURCE   (PHOTO) PHOTONEUTRONS                                  10529001    9

METHOD     (TOF) TIME-OF-FLIGHT                                   10529001   10

DETECTOR   (SCIN) CARBON-FLUORIDE LIQUID SCINTILLATOR             10529001   11

CORRECTION DATA CORRECTED FOR BACKGROUND COUNTS.                  10529001   12

MONITOR    (3-LI-7(N,INL)3-LI-7,PAR,SIG)                          10529001   13

            KNOWN LITHIUM-7 CROSS SECTION AT                      10529001   14

           THE 478 KEV LEVEL IN BNL-325,1964,2ND ED.,USED TO      10529001   15

           DETERMINE NEUTRON FLUX SHAPE.                          10529001   16

ERR-ANALYS CROSS SECTION NORMALIZED TO PREVIOUS ABSOLUTE          10529001   17

           MEASUREMENT. ESTIMATED UNCERTAINTY IS APPROX.          10529001   18

           15. PER-CENT                                           10529001   19

STATUS     (APRVD) APPROVED BY AUTHOR 751017                      10529001   20

            DATA TAKEN FROM PRIVATE COMM., PEREY, 75/8.           10529001   21

HISTORY    (750804C)                                              10529001   22

           (830901A) CONVERTED TO REACTION FORMALISM              10529001   23

ENDBIB              21                                            10529001   24

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 10529001   25

ENDSUBENT           24                                            1052900199999

SUBENT        10529003     830901                                 10529003    1

BIB                  1          1                                 10529003    2

REACTION   (14-SI-28(N,INL)14-SI-28,,SIG)                         10529003    3

ENDBIB               1                                            10529003    4

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 10529003    5

DATA                 3        258                                 10529003    6

EN         DATA       DATA-ERR                                    10529003    7

KEV        MB         MB                                          10529003    8

1772.2      -9.6      10.5                                        10529003    9

1781.1       1.4      10.9                                        10529003   10

1785.0      -2.8      10.8                                        10529003   11

1788.9      -2.2      10.9                                        10529003   12

1792.9      -4.1      10.9                                        10529003   13

1796.8      -6.6      10.9                                        10529003   14

1800.7      11.7      11.5                                        10529003   15

1804.6      22.0      11.8                                        10529003   16

1808.5      14.0      11.6                                        10529003   17

1812.5       7.8      11.5                                        10529003   18

1816.4      31.7      12.3                                        10529003   19

1820.3      24.9      12.1                                        10529003   20

1824.2      37.6      12.6                                        10529003   21

1828.1      31.5      12.5                                        10529003   22

1832.0      60.5      13.3                                        10529003   23

1836.0      74.8      13.8                                        10529003   24

1839.9     102.1      14.6                                        10529003   25

1843.8     148.4      15.8                                        10529003   26

1847.7     219.3      17.5                                        10529003   27

1851.6     384.8      20.8                                        10529003   28

1855.5     455.7      22.2                                        10529003   29

1859.5     436.9      22.0                                        10529003   30

1863.4     397.3      21.5                                        10529003   31

1867.3     287.9      19.5                                        10529003   32

1871.2     218.8      18.2                                        10529003   33

1875.1     190.6      17.8                                        10529003   34

1879.0     168.7      17.4                                        10529003   35

1883.0     149.1      17.0                                        10529003   36

1886.9     151.1      17.2                                        10529003   37

1890.8      99.1      16.0                                        10529003   38

1894.7     103.5      16.2                                        10529003   39

1898.6      78.3      15.7                                        10529003   40

1902.5      92.7      16.2                                        10529003   41

1906.5     155.6      17.9                                        10529003   42

1910.4     203.3      19.2                                        10529003   43

1914.3     259.5      20.6                                        10529003   44

1918.2     329.8      22.2                                        10529003   45

1922.1     366.6      23.1                                        10529003   46

1926.0     331.4      22.5                                        10529003   47

1930.0     309.7      22.2                                        10529003   48

1933.9     279.3      21.6                                        10529003   49

1937.8     242.0      20.9                                        10529003   50

1941.7     200.3      20.0                                        10529003   51

1945.6     200.5      20.1                                        10529003   52

1949.5     158.8      19.2                                        10529003   53

1953.5     210.0      20.6                                        10529003   54

1957.4     203.7      20.5                                        10529003   55

1961.3     193.3      20.4                                        10529003   56

1965.2     183.1      20.2                                        10529003   57

1969.1     188.7      20.5                                        10529003   58

1973.0     192.6      20.7                                        10529003   59

1974.0     175.1      16.5                                        10529003   60

1979.9     142.0      15.8                                        10529003   61

1985.7     123.4      15.5                                        10529003   62

1991.6     105.6      15.1                                        10529003   63

1997.5      91.7      14.8                                        10529003   64

2003.4     117.0      15.4                                        10529003   65

2009.2      96.1      14.9                                        10529003   66

2015.1     106.8      15.2                                        10529003   67

2021.0      77.8      14.5                                        10529003   68

2026.8      83.5      14.7                                        10529003   69

2032.7      96.3      15.0                                        10529003   70

2038.6     137.5      16.0                                        10529003   71

2044.5     138.4      16.0                                        10529003   72

2050.3     173.9      16.8                                        10529003   73

2056.2     247.5      18.3                                        10529003   74

2062.1     341.0      20.1                                        10529003   75

2067.9     329.8      19.9                                        10529003   76

2073.8     293.1      19.2                                        10529003   77

2079.7     317.0      19.6                                        10529003   78

2085.5     403.3      21.1                                        10529003   79

2091.4     408.0      21.2                                        10529003   80

2097.3     377.9      20.7                                        10529003   81

2103.1     232.9      18.0                                        10529003   82

2109.0     168.7      16.8                                        10529003   83

2114.9     215.8      17.7                                        10529003   84

2120.7     348.2      20.1                                        10529003   85

2126.6     266.8      18.6                                        10529003   86

2132.5     158.8      16.5                                        10529003   87

2138.3     104.2      15.3                                        10529003   88

2144.2     103.3      15.2                                        10529003   89

2150.1     110.9      15.4                                        10529003   90

2155.9     116.9      15.5                                        10529003   91

2161.8     124.0      15.6                                        10529003   92

2167.7     151.2      16.2                                        10529003   93

2173.5     167.2      16.5                                        10529003   94

2179.4     207.8      17.3                                        10529003   95

2185.3     234.9      17.8                                        10529003   96

2191.1     193.4      17.1                                        10529003   97

2197.0     216.6      17.5                                        10529003   98

2202.9     212.8      17.4                                        10529003   99

2208.7     214.5      17.5                                        10529003  100

2214.6     257.0      18.3                                        10529003  101

2220.5     357.8      20.1                                        10529003  102

2226.3     517.3      22.6                                        10529003  103

2232.2     518.0      22.7                                        10529003  104

2238.1     415.6      21.2                                        10529003  105

2243.9     243.2      18.3                                        10529003  106

2249.8     193.2      17.5                                        10529003  107

2255.6     204.3      17.7                                        10529003  108

2261.5     280.2      19.2                                        10529003  109

2267.4     354.8      20.5                                        10529003  110

2273.2     551.6      23.6                                        10529003  111

2279.1     708.0      25.7                                        10529003  112

2285.0     768.6      26.5                                        10529003  113

2290.8     604.1      24.2                                        10529003  114

2296.7     436.2      21.7                                        10529003  115

2302.5     294.0      19.4                                        10529003  116

2308.4     251.5      18.6                                        10529003  117

2314.3     226.1      18.1                                        10529003  118

2320.1     224.4      18.1                                        10529003  119

2326.0     206.2      17.8                                        10529003  120

2331.8     226.0      18.2                                        10529003  121

2337.7     213.0      18.0                                        10529003  122

2343.6     279.5      19.2                                        10529003  123

2349.4     309.2      19.8                                        10529003  124

2355.3     337.4      20.3                                        10529003  125

2361.1     395.2      21.3                                        10529003  126

2367.0     443.3      22.1                                        10529003  127

2372.9     492.7      22.9                                        10529003  128

2378.7     499.8      23.0                                        10529003  129

2384.6     390.1      21.4                                        10529003  130

2390.4     331.6      20.5                                        10529003  131

2396.3     295.5      19.9                                        10529003  132

2402.2     305.6      20.1                                        10529003  133

2408.0     315.0      20.3                                        10529003  134

2413.9     330.4      20.7                                        10529003  135

2419.7     336.4      20.8                                        10529003  136

2425.6     338.5      20.9                                        10529003  137

2431.5     386.5      21.8                                        10529003  138

2437.3     438.5      22.7                                        10529003  139

2443.2     497.0      23.6                                        10529003  140

2449.0     544.2      24.4                                        10529003  141

2454.9     523.3      24.1                                        10529003  142

2460.7     481.9      23.6                                        10529003  143

2463.7     408.5      19.4                                        10529003  144

2471.5     340.3      18.5                                        10529003  145

2479.3     369.6      19.1                                        10529003  146

2487.1     471.1      20.6                                        10529003  147

2494.9     489.1      20.9                                        10529003  148

2502.7     497.1      21.2                                        10529003  149

2510.5     410.9      20.1                                        10529003  150

2518.3     272.9      18.1                                        10529003  151

2526.1     238.2      17.7                                        10529003  152

2533.9     207.3      17.3                                        10529003  153

2541.7     239.1      18.0                                        10529003  154

2549.5     260.6      18.5                                        10529003  155

2557.4     268.7      18.8                                        10529003  156

2565.2     279.3      19.1                                        10529003  157

2573.0     282.5      19.3                                        10529003  158

2580.8     253.1      18.9                                        10529003  159

2588.6     252.0      19.0                                        10529003  160

2596.4     266.4      19.4                                        10529003  161

2604.2     279.9      19.8                                        10529003  162

2612.0     228.1      19.1                                        10529003  163

2619.8     166.5      18.1                                        10529003  164

2627.6     210.1      19.1                                        10529003  165

2635.4     171.0      18.6                                        10529003  166

2643.2     214.9      19.6                                        10529003  167

2651.0     216.4      19.8                                        10529003  168

2658.8     286.2      21.2                                        10529003  169

2666.6     262.8      21.1                                        10529003  170

2674.4     218.1      20.5                                        10529003  171

2682.2     278.2      21.9                                        10529003  172

2690.0     264.6      21.9                                        10529003  173

2697.8     331.5      23.4                                        10529003  174

2705.6     283.4      22.8                                        10529003  175

2713.4     283.0      23.1                                        10529003  176

2721.2     254.2      22.9                                        10529003  177

2729.0     280.5      23.6                                        10529003  178

2736.8     326.5      24.7                                        10529003  179

2744.6     272.1      24.1                                        10529003  180

2752.4     283.2      24.6                                        10529003  181

2760.2     266.7      24.7                                        10529003  182

2768.0     298.8      25.7                                        10529003  183

2775.8     335.8      26.8                                        10529003  184

2783.6     376.3      27.9                                        10529003  185

2791.4     352.2      28.0                                        10529003  186

2799.2     367.6      28.7                                        10529003  187

2807.0     343.4      28.7                                        10529003  188

2814.8     392.0      29.8                                        10529003  189

2822.6     409.4      30.4                                        10529003  190

2830.4     523.7      32.7                                        10529003  191

2838.2     639.4      34.9                                        10529003  192

2846.0     843.9      38.3                                        10529003  193

2853.7     824.3      38.3                                        10529003  194

2861.5     951.8      40.4                                        10529003  195

2869.3     896.2      39.8                                        10529003  196

2877.1     752.0      37.9                                        10529003  197

2884.9     538.1      34.6                                        10529003  198

2892.7     359.1      31.5                                        10529003  199

2900.5     335.9      31.3                                        10529003  200

2908.3     242.0      29.5                                        10529003  201

2916.1     331.7      31.3                                        10529003  202

2923.9     308.4      31.0                                        10529003  203

2931.7     411.8      33.0                                        10529003  204

2939.5     494.9      34.6                                        10529003  205

2947.3     381.7      32.6                                        10529003  206

2952.1     274.2      27.3                                        10529003  207

2961.9     220.0      26.3                                        10529003  208

2971.6     199.1      25.9                                        10529003  209

2981.3     189.2      25.7                                        10529003  210

2991.1     254.2      26.9                                        10529003  211

3000.8     283.4      27.3                                        10529003  212

3010.6     324.9      27.8                                        10529003  213

3020.3     350.4      28.0                                        10529003  214

3030.0     286.5      26.6                                        10529003  215

3039.8     349.7      27.4                                        10529003  216

3049.5     433.6      28.7                                        10529003  217

3059.2     548.4      30.4                                        10529003  218

3069.0     545.6      30.3                                        10529003  219

3078.7     416.4      28.2                                        10529003  220

3088.4     367.3      27.4                                        10529003  221

3098.2     539.1      30.1                                        10529003  222

3107.9     751.5      33.1                                        10529003  223

3117.6     762.3      33.3                                        10529003  224

3127.4     683.9      32.3                                        10529003  225

3137.1     634.8      31.6                                        10529003  226

3146.8     675.1      32.3                                        10529003  227

3156.5     581.9      31.1                                        10529003  228

3166.3     433.8      29.1                                        10529003  229

3176.0     483.9      30.0                                        10529003  230

3185.7     394.3      28.8                                        10529003  231

3195.5     442.8      29.8                                        10529003  232

3205.2     417.0      29.8                                        10529003  233

3214.9     486.3      31.1                                        10529003  234

3224.6     685.3      34.3                                        10529003  235

3234.4     882.0      37.2                                        10529003  236

3244.1     866.3      37.4                                        10529003  237

3253.8     771.2      36.4                                        10529003  238

3263.5     615.9      34.5                                        10529003  239

3273.3     567.2      34.1                                        10529003  240

3283.0     627.9      35.2                                        10529003  241

3292.7     640.4      35.6                                        10529003  242

3302.4     602.6      35.3                                        10529003  243

3312.2     543.4      34.7                                        10529003  244

3321.9     486.5      34.1                                        10529003  245

3331.6     521.6      34.9                                        10529003  246

3341.3     557.0      35.7                                        10529003  247

3351.1     569.6      36.0                                        10529003  248

3360.8     577.1      36.3                                        10529003  249

3370.5     542.5      36.0                                        10529003  250

3380.2     558.8      36.5                                        10529003  251

3389.9     472.5      35.3                                        10529003  252

3399.7     495.8      35.8                                        10529003  253

3409.4     449.8      35.3                                        10529003  254

3419.1     526.8      36.7                                        10529003  255

3428.8     561.8      37.4                                        10529003  256

3438.5     473.5      36.1                                        10529003  257

3448.2     363.8      34.3                                        10529003  258

3458.0     284.3      32.9                                        10529003  259

3467.7     303.4      33.2                                        10529003  260

3477.4     281.3      32.9                                        10529003  261

3487.1     234.1      32.1                                        10529003  262

3496.8     219.3      31.9                                        10529003  263

3506.5     260.2      32.9                                        10529003  264

3516.3     407.6      35.7                                        10529003  265

3526.0     433.7      36.3                                        10529003  266

ENDDATA            260                                            10529003  267

ENDSUBENT          266                                            1052900399999

ENDENTRY             2                                            1052999999999

ENTRY            11274     860318                                 11274000    1

SUBENT        11274001     860318                                 11274001    1

BIB                 10         15                                 11274001    2

INSTITUTE  (1CANCRC)                                              11274001    3

REFERENCE  (J,CJP,31,267,53)                                      11274001    4

AUTHOR     (E.B.PAUL,R.L.CLARKE)                                  11274001    5

TITLE      CROSS SECTION MEASUREMENTS OF REACTIONS INDUCED BY     11274001    6

           NEUTRONS OF THE 14.5 MEV ENERGY.                       11274001    7

INC-SOURCE (D-T)                                                  11274001    8

MONITOR    NEUTRON FLUX MONITORED BY A LONG BORON COUNTER.        11274001    9

           BETA COUNTERS CALIBRATED WITH STANDARD SOURCES.        11274001   10

METHOD     (ACTIV).                                               11274001   11

HALF-LIFE  HALF LIVES TAKEN FROM N.B.C. CIRCULAR 499(1952)        11274001   12

STATUS     (SCSRS)                                                11274001   13

HISTORY    (761001T) TRANSLATED FROM SCISRS                       11274001   14

           (810428A) CONVERTED TO REACTION FORMALISM              11274001   15

           (820108U) BIB CORRECTIONS                              11274001   16

           (860318A) BIB CORRECTION.                              11274001   17

ENDBIB              15                                            11274001   18

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 11274001   19

ENDSUBENT           18                                            1127400199999

SUBENT        11274011     810428                                 11274011    1

BIB                  2          2                                 11274011    2

REACTION   (14-SI-28(N,P)13-AL-28,,SIG)                           11274011    3

DECAY-DATA (13-AL-28,2.4MIN,B)                                    11274011    4

ENDBIB               2                                            11274011    5

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 11274011    6

DATA                 3          1                                 11274011    7

EN         DATA       DATA-ERR                                    11274011    8

MEV        B          PER-CENT                                    11274011    9

 1.45   +01 2.20   -01   23.                                      11274011   10

ENDDATA              3                                            11274011   11

ENDSUBENT           10                                            1127401199999

ENDENTRY             2                                            1127499999999

ENTRY            11464     820813                                 11464000    1

SUBENT        11464001     820813                                 11464001    1

BIB                  9         11                                 11464001    2

INSTITUTE  (1USANRD)                                              11464001    3

REFERENCE  (J,NP,10,226,5905)                                     11464001    4

           (R,USNRDL-TR-269,5810) TABULATED DATA                  11464001    5

AUTHOR     (B.D.KERN,W.E.THOMPSON,J.M.FERGUSON)                   11464001    6

TITLE      CROSS SECTIONS FOR SOME (N,P) AND (N,ALPHA) REACTIONS. 11464001    7

N-SOURCE   (D-T) D(T,N) SOURCE                                    11464001    8

METHOD     (ACTIV)                                                11464001    9

MONITOR    (3-LI-6(N,T)2-HE-4,,SIG)                               11464001   10

STATUS     (SCSRS)                                                11464001   11

HISTORY    (761016T) TRANSLATED FROM SCISRS                       11464001   12

           (820813A) CONVERTED TO REACTION FORMALISM              11464001   13

ENDBIB              11                                            11464001   14

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 11464001   15

ENDSUBENT           14                                            1146400199999

SUBENT        11464004     820813                                 11464004    1

BIB                  1          1                                 11464004    2

REACTION   (14-SI-28(N,P)13-AL-28,,SIG)                           11464004    3

ENDBIB               1                                            11464004    4

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 11464004    5

DATA                 3         33                                 11464004    6

EN         DATA       DATA-ERR                                    11464004    7

MEV        B          B                                           11464004    8

 1.233  +01 3.77   -01 4.52   -02                                 11464004    9

 1.299  +01 3.577  -01 4.3    -02                                 11464004   10

 1.30   +01 3.401  -01 4.08   -02                                 11464004   11

 1.31   +01 4.480  -01 6.3    -02                                 11464004   12

 1.338  +01 3.896  -01 4.3    -02                                 11464004   13

 1.35   +01 3.816  -01 4.5    -02                                 11464004   14

 1.359  +01 3.888  -01 4.67   -02                                 11464004   15

 1.373  +01 3.485  -01 3.5    -02                                 11464004   16

 1.373  +01 3.264  -01 3.3    -02                                 11464004   17

 1.384  +01 4.150  -01 4.6    -02                                 11464004   18

 1.401  +01 4.413  -01 5.3    -02                                 11464004   19

 1.428  +01 3.505  -01 3.9    -02                                 11464004   20

 1.428  +01 3.766  -01 4.7    -02                                 11464004   21

 1.474  +01 3.403  -01 3.7    -02                                 11464004   22

 1.499  +01 3.062  -01 4.00   -02                                 11464004   23

 1.499  +01 3.446  -01 4.50   -02                                 11464004   24

 1.499  +01 2.601  -01 3.1    -02                                 11464004   25

 1.506  +01 3.010  -01 3.3    -02                                 11464004   26

 1.544  +01 2.985  -01 3.3    -02                                 11464004   27

 1.566  +01 3.160  -01 3.5    -02                                 11464004   28

 1.599  +01 2.332  -01 2.8    -02                                 11464004   29

 1.599  +01 2.606  -01 3.1    -02                                 11464004   30

 1.621  +01 2.312  -01 2.5    -02                                 11464004   31

 1.632  +01 2.926  -01 4.1    -02                                 11464004   32

 1.668  +01 2.684  -01 3.2    -02                                 11464004   33

 1.698  +01 2.111  -01 2.5    -02                                 11464004   34

 1.698  +01 2.148  -01 2.6    -02                                 11464004   35

 1.704  +01 2.542  -01 3.6    -02                                 11464004   36

 1.712  +01 2.824  -01 3.6    -02                                 11464004   37

 1.75   +01 2.330  -01 3.5    -02                                 11464004   38

 1.75   +01 1.887  -01 2.6    -02                                 11464004   39

 1.752  +01 2.098  -01 2.4    -02                                 11464004   40

 1.824  +01 1.584  -01 2.5    -02                                 11464004   41

ENDDATA             35                                            11464004   42

ENDSUBENT           41                                            1146400499999

ENDENTRY             2                                            1146499999999

ENTRY            20498     840120                                 20498000    1

SUBENT        20498001     840120                                 20498001    1

BIB                 16         42                                 20498001    2

INSTITUTE  (2ITYTUR)                                              20498001    3

REFERENCE  (J,NCL,8,249,7309)                                     20498001    4

           (C,72BUD,,134,7208) ALSO C-12 AND O-16.                20498001    5

           (J,NIM,87,291,7010) WITH DETAILS ON EXPERIMENTAL       20498001    6

                               TECHNIQUES.                        20498001    7

AUTHOR     (B.MINETTI, A.PASQARELLI, G.C.BONAZZOLA, T.BRESSANI,   20498001    8

            E.CHIAVASSA)                                          20498001    9

TITLE      -ELASTIC AND INELASTIC BACKSCATTERING OF 14.2 MEV      20498001   10

            NEUTRONS FROM SI-28.-                                 20498001   11

FACILITY   (CCW  )    14 MEV ELECTRO-STATIC GENERATOR AT ISTITUTO 20498001   12

            DI FISICA SPERIMENTALE DEL POLITECNICO, TURIN.        20498001   13

INC-SOURCE (D-T  )    DEUTERON-TRITIUM.                           20498001   14

SAMPLE      NATURAL POWDERED SI (92.2 PERC. SI-28, 4.7 PERC. SI-2920498001   15

            AND 3.1 PERC. SI-30).                                 20498001   16

            SAMPLE WAS CONTAINED IN A PARALLELEPIPED, 70 * 70 * 4 20498001   17

            CM3, COMPOSED OF AN ALUMINUM FRAME WITH 2 POLYETYLENE 20498001   18

            WINDOWS STRENGTHENED BY A THIN ALUMINUM MESH.         20498001   19

METHOD     (TOF  )    TIME OF FLIGHT, PATH = 220 CM. SEE          20498001   20

            NUCL.INSTR.METH.,87(1970)291.                         20498001   21

DETECTOR   (SCIN )    NE 213 LIQUID SCINTILLATOR, CONTAINED IN A  20498001   22

            CYLINDRICAL BOX OF 9 CM DIAM. AND 10 CM LENGTH, WITH  20498001   23

            A XP 1021 PHOTOMULTIPLIER.                            20498001   24

ANALYSIS   - THE WHOLE ANGULAR DISTRIBUTION FOR ELASTIC SCATT.    20498001   25

             WAS FIRST ANALYSED WITH A SPHERICAL OPTICAL          20498001   26

             POTENTIAL.                                           20498001   27

           - THE ANGULAR DISTRIBUTIONS BOTH FOR ELASTIC AND       20498001   28

             INELASTIC SCATT. TO 1.77 MEV LEVEL WAS AFTERWARDS    20498001   29

             ANALYSED WITH THE COUPLED-CHANNEL METHOD, IN THE     20498001   30

             ADIABATIC APPROXIMATION.                             20498001   31

MONITOR     ABSOLUTE MEASUREMENT. THE NEUTRON FLUX DISTRIBUTION   20498001   32

            ON THE SCATTERER PLANE WAS MEASURED BY SCANNING ITS   20498001   33

            SURFACE IN STEPS OF 5 CM WITH A PLASTIC SCINTILLATOR  20498001   34

            WHOSE EFFICIENCY WAS MEASURED WITH 1 PERCENT ERROR    20498001   35

PART-DET   (N    )    NEUTRONS.                                   20498001   36

STATUS      DATA FROM TABLE I OF LETT.NUOVO CIMENTO,8(1973)249.   20498001   37

HISTORY    (731031C)                                              20498001   38

           (760315E)                                              20498001   39

CORRECTION  DOUBLE SCATTERING CORRECTIONS, 12 PERC. FOR ELASTIC   20498001   40

            SCATTERING AND 17 PERC. FOR INELASTIC ONE, WERE       20498001   41

            CALCULATED WITH MONTE-CARLO METHOD.                   20498001   42

ERR-ANALYS  ERRORS ARE STATISTICAL.                               20498001   43

            ANGULAR RESOLUTION IS +-1.5 DEG. FWHM.                20498001   44

ENDBIB              42                                            20498001   45

COMMON               1          3                                 20498001   46

EN                                                                20498001   47

MEV                                                               20498001   48

 1.4200E+01                                                       20498001   49

ENDCOMMON            3                                            20498001   50

ENDSUBENT           49                                            2049800199999

SUBENT        20498002     840120                                 20498002    1

BIB                  2          3                                 20498002    2

REACTION   (14-SI-28(N,EL)14-SI-28,,DA)                           20498002    3

HISTORY    (731031C)                                              20498002    4

           (760315E)                                              20498002    5

ENDBIB               3                                            20498002    6

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 20498002    7

DATA                 4          8                                 20498002    8

COS-CM     ANG-RSL    DATA       DATA-ERR                         20498002    9

NO-DIM     ADEG       MB/SR      MB/SR                            20498002   10

-9.9945E-01 7.5000E-01 1.3000E+01 1.0000E+00                      20498002   11

-9.9415E-01 7.5000E-01 1.1000E+01 9.0000E-01                      20498002   12

-9.9189E-01 7.5000E-01 1.1000E+01 8.0000E-01                      20498002   13

-9.6901E-01 7.5000E-01 1.1100E+01 9.0000E-01                      20498002   14

-9.4551E-01 7.5000E-01 9.7000E+00 8.0000E-01                      20498002   15

-9.0850E-01 7.5000E-01 8.4000E+00 8.0000E-01                      20498002   16

-8.7964E-01 7.5000E-01 6.8000E+00 6.0000E-01                      20498002   17

-8.3771E-01 7.5000E-01 6.7000E+00 6.0000E-01                      20498002   18

ENDDATA             10                                            20498002   19

ENDSUBENT           18                                            2049800299999

ENDENTRY             2                                            2049899999999

ENTRY            21984     970922                                 21984000    1

SUBENT        21984001     970922                                 21984001    1

BIB                 15         43                                 21984001    2

INSTITUTE  (2JPNTOH)                                              21984001    3

REFERENCE  (C,85SANTA,1,223,8505)                                 21984001    4

           (W,CHIBA,851001) DATA RECEIVED ON TAPE.                21984001    5

AUTHOR     (M.BABA,M.ONO,N.YABUTA,T.KIKUTI,N.HIRAKAWA)            21984001    6

TITLE      -SCATTERING OF 14.1MEV NEUTRONS FROM B-10,B-11,C,N,O,F 21984001    7

            AND SI-.                                              21984001    8

FACILITY   (DYNAM) DYNAMITRON                                     21984001    9

INC-SOURCE (D-T  ) THE T(D,N) REACTION USING A SOLID TI-T TARGET  21984001   10

            90 AND 0 DEGREES FOR 14.2  AND 18.2 MEV MEASUREMENT   21984001   11

            RESPECTIVELY. A SMALL NE213 SCINTILLATOR MONITORED THE21984001   12

            SOURCE NEUTRONS FOR FLUX NORMALISATION.               21984001   13

SAMPLE     .THE SCATTERING SAMPLES WERE CYLINDERS OF 10-B(4)C (90 21984001   14

            PERCENT 10-B), BORON, CARBON, SI(3)N(4), SIO(2), CF(2)21984001   15

            AND SI, 2.5 OR 3.5 CM IN DIAMETER AND 4 CM LONG. THE  21984001   16

            SAMPLES OTHER THAN CARBON AND CF(2) WERE INCASED IN   21984001   17

            THIN-WALLED ALUMINUM CANS.                            21984001   18

METHOD     (TOF  ) TIME OF FLIGHT TECHNIQUES.                     21984001   19

DETECTOR   (SCIN ) A WELL SHIELDED NE213 LIQUID SCINTILLATOR OF   21984001   20

            5 INCH DIAMETER AND 2 INCH THICK, INCORPORATING TWO   21984001   21

            SEPARATE NEUTRON-GAMMA DISCRIMINATORS WITH 0.3 AND    21984001   22

            2 MEV BAIS RESPECTIVELY. THE EFFICIENCY WAS DETERMINED21984001   23

            TO +- 4 PERCENT BY COMBINING THE CALCULATION AND THE  21984001   24

            MEASUREMENT OF FISSION SPECTRUM FROM CF-252 AND OF    21984001   25

            N-P SCATTERING.                                       21984001   26

PART-DET   (N    ) NEUTRONS                                       21984001   27

MONITOR    (1-H-1(N,EL)1-H-1,,SIG) NO VALUES GIVEN IN CONFERENCE  21984001   28

            PAPER.                                                21984001   29

CORRECTION .FOR SAMPLE-OUT BACKGROUND, SAMPLE-SIZE EFFECT ( MONTE-21984001   30

            CARLO SIMULATION TAKING THE FINITE TARGET-SAMPLE      21984001   31

            GEOMETRY INTO ACCOUNT), AND FOR BACKGROUND DUE TO     21984001   32

            PARASITIC D-D NEUTRONS.                               21984001   33

ERR-ANALYS (DATA-ERR)  STANDARD DEVIATION                         21984001   34

STATUS     .DATA TAKEN FROM PRIVATE COMMUNICATION.                21984001   35

HISTORY    (860128C)                                              21984001   36

           (860210E)                                              21984001   37

           (880802A) SUBENTRIES 32-41 DELETED                     21984001   38

           (880810E)                                              21984001   39

           (910103A) S.W. MAIN REFERENCE IMPROVED. 14 MEV DATA FOR21984001   40

                     C-12 AND O-16 DELETED.                       21984001   41

           (910103E)                                              21984001   42

           (970922A)  * * CORRECTED BY S.MAEV                     21984001   43

                   PART OF SUPERSEDED DATA FOR C-12 AND O-16      21984001   44

                   HAVE BEEN RESTORED  * *                        21984001   45

ENDBIB              43                                            21984001   46

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 21984001   47

ENDSUBENT           46                                            2198400199999

SUBENT        21984119     970922                                 21984119    1

BIB                  3          5                                 21984119    2

REACTION   (14-SI-28(N,EL)14-SI-28,,DA)                           21984119    3

STATUS     .DATA TAKEN FROM PRIVATE COMMUNICATION.                21984119    4

HISTORY    (860128C)                                              21984119    5

           (860210E)                                              21984119    6

           (970922U)  CHECKED                                     21984119    7

ENDBIB               5                                            21984119    8

COMMON               1          3                                 21984119    9

EN                                                                21984119   10

MEV                                                               21984119   11

 1.4200E+01                                                       21984119   12

ENDCOMMON            3                                            21984119   13

DATA                 3         10                                 21984119   14

ANG-CM     DATA-CM    DATA-ERR                                    21984119   15

ADEG       B/SR       B/SR                                        21984119   16

 2.5900E+01 2.4720E-01 3.9800E-02                                 21984119   17

 3.1000E+01 1.1800E-01 1.3500E-02                                 21984119   18

 4.6400E+01 1.8700E-02 2.1000E-03                                 21984119   19

 6.1800E+01 3.9300E-02 3.6000E-03                                 21984119   20

 7.7000E+01 2.1000E-02 4.1000E-03                                 21984119   21

 8.2000E+01 1.3100E-02 2.0000E-03                                 21984119   22

 1.0700E+02 1.0500E-02 1.7000E-03                                 21984119   23

 1.2180E+02 9.5700E-03 1.0300E-03                                 21984119   24

 1.3640E+02 6.7700E-03 7.6000E-04                                 21984119   25

 1.5100E+02 5.3100E-03 6.0000E-04                                 21984119   26

ENDDATA             12                                            21984119   27

ENDSUBENT           26                                            2198411999999

ENDENTRY             2                                            2198499999999

ENTRY            31097     851217                                 31097000    1

SUBENT        31097001     851217                                 31097001    1

BIB                  5          5                                 31097001    2

INSTITUTE  (3ISLISL)                                              31097001    3

REFERENCE  (J,NIM,21,197,63)                                      31097001    4

AUTHOR     (M.BIRK,G.GOLDRING,P.HILLMAN)                          31097001    5

TITLE      FAST NEUTRON SPECTROSCOPY WITH SOLID STATE DETECTORS.  31097001    6

HISTORY    (771115T) CONVERTED FROM EXFOR 70097                   31097001    7

ENDBIB               5                                            31097001    8

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 31097001    9

ENDSUBENT            8                                            3109700199999

SUBENT        31097003     851217                                 31097003    1

BIB                  3          3                                 31097003    2

REACTION   (14-SI-28(N,P)13-AL-28,,SIG)                           31097003    3

DETECTOR   (SOLST)    SOLID STATE DETECTOR                        31097003    4

STATUS     (SCSRS)                                                31097003    5

ENDBIB               3                                            31097003    6

NOCOMMON             0          0                                 31097003    7

DATA                 2          8                                 31097003    8

EN         DATA                                                   31097003    9

MEV        B                                                      31097003   10

 5.3500E+00 1.5000E-02                                            31097003   11

 5.5500E+00 6.0000E-02                                            31097003   12

 5.7000E+00 1.0900E-01                                            31097003   13

 5.7500E+00 8.5000E-02                                            31097003   14

 5.8500E+00 5.5000E-02                                            31097003   15

 6.0000E+00 1.2000E-01                                            31097003   16

 6.1500E+00 1.2000E-01                                            31097003   17

 6.4000E+00 1.5000E-01                                            31097003   18

ENDDATA             10                                            31097003   19

ENDSUBENT           18                                            3109700399999

ENDENTRY             2                                            3109799999999

ENDREQUEST           6                                            Z999999999999

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         1 14028   3   4 A  1781100.          1.4000-3 0.010900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1800700.          0.011700 0.011500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1804600.          0.022000 0.011800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1808500.          0.014000 0.011600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1812500.          7.8000-3 0.011500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1816400.          0.031700 0.012300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1820300.          0.024900 0.012100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1824200.          0.037600 0.012600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1828100.          0.031500 0.012500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1832000.          0.060500 0.013300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1836000.          0.074800 0.013800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1839900.          0.102100 0.014600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1843800.          0.148400 0.015800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1847700.          0.219300 0.017500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1851600.          0.384800 0.020800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1855500.          0.455700 0.022200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1859500.          0.436900 0.022000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1863400.          0.397300 0.021500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1867300.          0.287900 0.019500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1871200.          0.218800 0.018200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1875100.          0.190600 0.017800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1879000.          0.168700 0.017400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1883000.          0.149100 0.017000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1886900.          0.151100 0.017200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1890800.          0.099100 0.016000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1894700.          0.103500 0.016200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1898600.          0.078300 0.015700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1902500.          0.092700 0.016200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1906500.          0.155600 0.017900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1910400.          0.203300 0.019200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1914300.          0.259500 0.020600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1918200.          0.329800 0.022200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1922100.          0.366600 0.023100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1926000.          0.331400 0.022500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1930000.          0.309700 0.022200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1933900.          0.279300 0.021600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1937800.          0.242000 0.020900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1941700.          0.200300 0.020000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1945600.          0.200500 0.020100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1949500.          0.158800 0.019200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1953500.          0.210000 0.020600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1957400.          0.203700 0.020500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1961300.          0.193300 0.020400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1965200.          0.183100 0.020200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1969100.          0.188700 0.020500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1973000.          0.192600 0.020700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1974000.          0.175100 0.016500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1979900.          0.142000 0.015800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1985700.          0.123400 0.015500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1991600.          0.105600 0.015100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  1997500.          0.091700 0.014800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2003400.          0.117000 0.015400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2009200.          0.096100 0.014900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2015100.          0.106800 0.015200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2021000.          0.077800 0.014500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2026800.          0.083500 0.014700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2032700.          0.096300 0.015000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2038600.          0.137500 0.016000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2044500.          0.138400 0.016000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2050300.          0.173900 0.016800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2056200.          0.247500 0.018300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2062100.          0.341000 0.020100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2067900.          0.329800 0.019900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2073800.          0.293100 0.019200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2079700.          0.317000 0.019600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2085500.          0.403300 0.021100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2091400.          0.408000 0.021200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2097300.          0.377900 0.020700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2103100.          0.232900 0.018000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2109000.          0.168700 0.016800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2114900.          0.215800 0.017700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2120700.          0.348200 0.020100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2126600.          0.266800 0.018600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2132500.          0.158800 0.016500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2138300.          0.104200 0.015300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2144200.          0.103300 0.015200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2150100.          0.110900 0.015400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2155900.          0.116900 0.015500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2161800.          0.124000 0.015600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2167700.          0.151200 0.016200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2173500.          0.167200 0.016500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2179400.          0.207800 0.017300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2185300.          0.234900 0.017800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2191100.          0.193400 0.017100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2197000.          0.216600 0.017500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2202900.          0.212800 0.017400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2208700.          0.214500 0.017500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2214600.          0.257000 0.018300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2220500.          0.357800 0.020100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2226300.          0.517300 0.022600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2232200.          0.518000 0.022700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2238100.          0.415600 0.021200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2243900.          0.243200 0.018300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2249800.          0.193200 0.017500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2255600.          0.204300 0.017700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2261500.          0.280200 0.019200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2267400.          0.354800 0.020500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2273200.          0.551600 0.023600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2279100.          0.708000 0.025700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2285000.          0.768600 0.026500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2290800.          0.604100 0.024200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2296700.          0.436200 0.021700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2302500.          0.294000 0.019400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2308400.          0.251500 0.018600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2314300.          0.226100 0.018100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2320100.          0.224400 0.018100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2326000.          0.206200 0.017800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2331800.          0.226000 0.018200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2337700.          0.213000 0.018000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2343600.          0.279500 0.019200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2349400.          0.309200 0.019800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2355300.          0.337400 0.020300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2361100.          0.395200 0.021300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2367000.          0.443300 0.022100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2372900.          0.492700 0.022900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2378700.          0.499800 0.023000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2384600.          0.390100 0.021400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2390400.          0.331600 0.020500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2396300.          0.295500 0.019900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2402200.          0.305600 0.020100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2408000.          0.315000 0.020300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2413900.          0.330400 0.020700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2419700.          0.336400 0.020800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2425600.          0.338500 0.020900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2431500.          0.386500 0.021800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2437300.          0.438500 0.022700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2443200.          0.497000 0.023600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2449000.          0.544200 0.024400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2454900.          0.523300 0.024100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2460700.          0.481900 0.023600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2463700.          0.408500 0.019400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2471500.          0.340300 0.018500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2479300.          0.369600 0.019100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2487100.          0.471100 0.020600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2494900.          0.489100 0.020900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2502700.          0.497100 0.021200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2510500.          0.410900 0.020100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2518300.          0.272900 0.018100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2526100.          0.238200 0.017700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2533900.          0.207300 0.017300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2541700.          0.239100 0.018000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2549500.          0.260600 0.018500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2557400.          0.268700 0.018800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2565200.          0.279300 0.019100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2573000.          0.282500 0.019300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2580800.          0.253100 0.018900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2588600.          0.252000 0.019000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2596400.          0.266400 0.019400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2604200.          0.279900 0.019800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2612000.          0.228100 0.019100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2619800.          0.166500 0.018100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2627600.          0.210100 0.019100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2635400.          0.171000 0.018600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2643200.          0.214900 0.019600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2651000.          0.216400 0.019800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2658800.          0.286200 0.021200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2666600.          0.262800 0.021100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2674400.          0.218100 0.020500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2682200.          0.278200 0.021900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2690000.          0.264600 0.021900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2697800.          0.331500 0.023400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2705600.          0.283400 0.022800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2713400.          0.283000 0.023100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2721200.          0.254200 0.022900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2729000.          0.280500 0.023600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2736800.          0.326500 0.024700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3  

    1 14028   3   4 A  2744600.          0.272100 0.024100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2752400.          0.283200 0.024600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2760200.          0.266700 0.024700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2768000.          0.298800 0.025700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2775800.          0.335800 0.026800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2783600.          0.376300 0.027900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2791400.          0.352200 0.028000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2799200.          0.367600 0.028700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2807000.          0.343400 0.028700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2814800.          0.392000 0.029800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2822600.          0.409400 0.030400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2830400.          0.523700 0.032700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2838200.          0.639400 0.034900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2846000.          0.843900 0.038300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2853700.          0.824300 0.038300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2861500.          0.951800 0.040400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2869300.          0.896200 0.039800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2877100.          0.752000 0.037900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2884900.          0.538100 0.034600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2892700.          0.359100 0.031500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2900500.          0.335900 0.031300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2908300.          0.242000 0.029500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2916100.          0.331700 0.031300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2923900.          0.308400 0.031000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2931700.          0.411800 0.033000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2939500.          0.494900 0.034600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2947300.          0.381700 0.032600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2952100.          0.274200 0.027300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2961900.          0.220000 0.026300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2971600.          0.199100 0.025900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2981300.          0.189200 0.025700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  2991100.          0.254200 0.026900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3000800.          0.283400 0.027300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3010600.          0.324900 0.027800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3020300.          0.350400 0.028000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3030000.          0.286500 0.026600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3039800.          0.349700 0.027400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3049500.          0.433600 0.028700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3059200.          0.548400 0.030400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3069000.          0.545600 0.030300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3078700.          0.416400 0.028200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3088400.          0.367300 0.027400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3098200.          0.539100 0.030100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3107900.          0.751500 0.033100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3117600.          0.762300 0.033300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3127400.          0.683900 0.032300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3137100.          0.634800 0.031600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3146800.          0.675100 0.032300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3156500.          0.581900 0.031100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3166300.          0.433800 0.029100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3176000.          0.483900 0.030000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3185700.          0.394300 0.028800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3195500.          0.442800 0.029800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3205200.          0.417000 0.029800                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3214900.          0.486300 0.031100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3224600.          0.685300 0.034300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3234400.          0.882000 0.037200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3244100.          0.866300 0.037400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3253800.          0.771200 0.036400                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3263500.          0.615900 0.034500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3273300.          0.567200 0.034100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3283000.          0.627900 0.035200                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3292700.          0.640400 0.035600                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3302400.          0.602600 0.035300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3312200.          0.543400 0.034700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3321900.          0.486500 0.034100                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3331600.          0.521600 0.034900                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3341300.          0.557000 0.035700                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3351100.          0.569600 0.036000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3360800.          0.577100 0.036300                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3370500.          0.542500 0.036000                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3380200.          0.558800 0.036500                                       F.G.PEREY,ET.AL. (71)    10529  3 

    1 14028   3   4 A  3389900.          0.472500 0.035300