Intense Neutron Sources: Proceedings of a United States Atomic Energy Commission/European Nuclear Energy Agency Seminar, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 19-23 September 1966
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Extension, 1966 - Neutron sources - 851 pages
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