RNAL is a library of evaluated cross sections for neutron induced reactions leading to radioactive products.
The library is restricted to the 255 most important reactions. The relatively small number of reactions allowed for a detailed assessment of the library providing the user with the information on the quality of the data.
The original evaluations were reformatted to conform to the ENDF-6 standard. All Q-values and thresholds were consistently recalculated using recent recommended masses of Audi-Wapstra 95 and isomer energies taken from NUDAT.
The library was checked using CHECKR, FIZCON and PSYCHE codes, which produced no messages that would raise serious concern.
- Authoritative: All information in the resource has been verified by authorities as indicated.
- Quality-checked: All information in the resource has been quality-checked as indicated.
- Not quality-checked: Although the information in the resource may come from peer-reviewed journals or other high-quality sources, it has not undergone subsequent quality checking before incorporation in the resource.
CompletenessExplanation of Terms
- Comprehensive:The resource includes all items in the category for which the resource was created.
- Selective: The resource includes only selected items in the category for which the resource was created, with the process or basis for the selection as indicated.
Update FrequencyExplanation of Terms
- Updated continually: A conscientious effort is made to add new information immediately and keep the resource up-to-date on a day-by-day basis.
- Updated periodically: The resource is updated on a schedule. Common values are monthly, quarterly, annually or biennially, but others are also used.
- Updated occasionally: The resource is updated now and then, but not on a schedule.
- Static: The resource is a one-off creation with no plans for updates, or a resource that was updated in the past but has now been frozen with no new input planned.
Last Resource Update : 2004
NAPC - Nuclear Data Section
Evaluated Data Library
nuclear masses, deformations, matter densities, discrete levels and decay schemes, spacings of neutron resonances, optical model potentials, level density parameters, Giant Resonance parameters, gamma-ray strength-functions, and fission barriers Neutrons