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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.26, No.3 (Spring 1992): The Diversity of Nuclear Science and Engineering|
|Authors: ||Clark, David D.|
Hossain, Tim Z.
Cady, K Bingham
Kostroun, Vaclav O.
Aderhold, Howard C.
McGuire, Stephen C.
Cold Neutron Beam
|Issue Date: ||1992|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: The Nuclear Frontier: Cornell's Program of Basic and Applied Research /2 (The Program in Nuclear Science and Engineering has deep roots and broad scope.) ... Neutron Activation Analysis: A Sensitive Test for Trace Elements /7 (A simple analytical technique is used for research in many different disciplines.) ...
Holding a Bit of the Sun: Progress toward Inertial Confinement Fusion /12 (Steady, careful work leads toward a vast
source of energy for the future.) Safe Nuclear Power: Better Design and Simulation /22 (Diminish the Liabilities
A new generation of reactors and a new way to run them make nuclear power the best energy option.) ... Atomic Processes
in Ionized Matter /28 (The electron-beam ion source makes possible fundamental research into processes that take place in plasmas.) ... Neutron Radiography: Key to Secrets That X-Rays Can't See /34 ...
Chips in Space: Developing Microelectronic Structures that Tolerate Ionizing Radiation /39 (Electronic components used in space must be able to withstand massive doses of radiation.) ... Building a Cold Neutron Beam: A Pure Dream Becomes Reality /44 (A facility that will deliver a beam of relatively pure, cold neutrons from Cornell's TRIGA reactor is nearing completion. ... Faculty Publications /50|
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