## What is/are Resonance Capture?

Resonance Capture - The scheme consists of a sophisticated instrument capable of the detection of γ-rays by Ge detectors coupled with time-of-flight measurement of neutrons and a high-intensity pulsed neutron beam and can simultaneously perform time-of-flight-coupled prompt γ-ray analysis (TOF-PGA) as well as PGA and neutron resonance capture analysis (NRCA).^{[1]}The resonance capture is investigated.

^{[2]}Using numerical integration, we show that resonance capture is possible in a variety of past solar system configurations but that the timescale required to tilt the planet to 90° is of the order ∼108 yr—a time span that is uncomfortably long.

^{[3]}We then compare the analysis of the two-frequency model with numerical simulations of the GrFNN model and show that Hebbian plasticity in the latter is locally dominated by a nonlinear resonance captured by the two-frequency model.

^{[4]}For each sample, the amounts of barium and hydrogen are provided by neutron resonance capture analysis and deep inelastic neutron scattering, respectively.

^{[5]}We explain the role played by periodic orbits in adiabatic resonance capture, in particular how the proximity between a stable family and an unstable family with a nearly critical segment, associated with Kozai separatrices, determines the transition between distinct resonant modes observed in numerical simulations.

^{[6]}The libration amplitude, free eccentricity, and mutual inclination imply a disturbance of TOI-216b before or after resonance capture, perhaps by an undetected third planet.

^{[7]}The results show that the nonlinear aeroelastic responses of the panel are completely suppressed by recurrent transient resonance capture (TRC) and permanent resonance capture (PRC) of the NVA in the NVA suppression region.

^{[8]}The results indicate that the NES can change between resonance capture states, from weak to strong, when the mass ratio $$\beta$$ increases to a defined value.

^{[9]}Several non-destructive techniques have been applied like Particle-Induced X-ray Emission, Particle-Induced Gamma-ray Emission, micro-Raman spectroscopy, neutron resonance capture analysis and neutron activation analysis in order to combine different technique strengths and to explore the effect of different range sizes for the analysis.

^{[10]}Resonance capture kernels were determined up to 40 keV neutron energy and average cross sections up to 300 keV.

^{[11]}This chapter focuses on the application of neutron diffraction neutron activation analysis prompt gamma activation analysis, and neutron resonance capture analysis and their application in cultural heritage studies.

^{[12]}Our findings also highlight some essential properties of resonant dynamics and provide a number of real examples for the research on resonant configurations and resonance capture.

^{[13]}The resonance capture (RC) in the coupled nonlinear system is also discussed by the means of the energy and spectrum analysis.

^{[14]}The NES can absorb and dissipate the energy provided by the airflow though resonance capture, and the nonlinear responses of the wing-like plate can be suppressed completely in the post-flutter regime.

^{[15]}T-PGAA allows for the simultaneous acquisition of photon energy and neutron time of flight, respectively, when prompt gamma rays are emitted by a sample after neutron absorption, essentially combining neutron resonance capture analysis (NRCA) and prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA).

^{[16]}7 cm) LaBr 3 scintillation detector equipped with a specially-designed radiation shield was evaluated for neutron resonance capture analysis at the neutron time-of-flight (TOF) facility GELINA.

^{[17]}In particular, the Mo-based micro-cell UO2 fueled cores have a much shorter cycle length and more negative moderator temperature coefficient than Cr-based one due to the large thermal and resonance capture cross sections of Mo isotopes and due to its lower critical boron concentration (CBC).

^{[18]}The key point in sulfur neutron capture therapy is whether the neutron beam flux and the resonance capture cross section of $$^{33}\hbox {S(n},\alpha )^{30}\hbox {Si}$$33S(n,α)30Si reaction at 13.

^{[19]}Ion chromatography, high performance liquid chromatography, flue gas analyzer and electron spin resonance capture technology were used to measure the reaction products and free radicals in H2S removal process.

^{[20]}However, taking into account both the eccentricity excitation and the orbital expansion caused by the ring torque, we find that these resonance captures are avoided.

^{[21]}The estimated FEP directly reveals the presence of strongly nonlinear modal interactions, in the form of non-smooth perturbations (spikes) that result from transient resonance captures between different harmonic components of the measured data.

^{[22]}The resonance capture conditions in the nonlinear case are estimated for nutation angles not exceeding ρ/2.

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## Neutron Resonance Capture

The scheme consists of a sophisticated instrument capable of the detection of γ-rays by Ge detectors coupled with time-of-flight measurement of neutrons and a high-intensity pulsed neutron beam and can simultaneously perform time-of-flight-coupled prompt γ-ray analysis (TOF-PGA) as well as PGA and neutron resonance capture analysis (NRCA).^{[1]}For each sample, the amounts of barium and hydrogen are provided by neutron resonance capture analysis and deep inelastic neutron scattering, respectively.

^{[2]}Several non-destructive techniques have been applied like Particle-Induced X-ray Emission, Particle-Induced Gamma-ray Emission, micro-Raman spectroscopy, neutron resonance capture analysis and neutron activation analysis in order to combine different technique strengths and to explore the effect of different range sizes for the analysis.

^{[3]}This chapter focuses on the application of neutron diffraction neutron activation analysis prompt gamma activation analysis, and neutron resonance capture analysis and their application in cultural heritage studies.

^{[4]}T-PGAA allows for the simultaneous acquisition of photon energy and neutron time of flight, respectively, when prompt gamma rays are emitted by a sample after neutron absorption, essentially combining neutron resonance capture analysis (NRCA) and prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA).

^{[5]}7 cm) LaBr 3 scintillation detector equipped with a specially-designed radiation shield was evaluated for neutron resonance capture analysis at the neutron time-of-flight (TOF) facility GELINA.

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## Transient Resonance Capture

The results show that the nonlinear aeroelastic responses of the panel are completely suppressed by recurrent transient resonance capture (TRC) and permanent resonance capture (PRC) of the NVA in the NVA suppression region.^{[1]}The estimated FEP directly reveals the presence of strongly nonlinear modal interactions, in the form of non-smooth perturbations (spikes) that result from transient resonance captures between different harmonic components of the measured data.

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## resonance capture analysi

The scheme consists of a sophisticated instrument capable of the detection of γ-rays by Ge detectors coupled with time-of-flight measurement of neutrons and a high-intensity pulsed neutron beam and can simultaneously perform time-of-flight-coupled prompt γ-ray analysis (TOF-PGA) as well as PGA and neutron resonance capture analysis (NRCA).^{[1]}For each sample, the amounts of barium and hydrogen are provided by neutron resonance capture analysis and deep inelastic neutron scattering, respectively.

^{[2]}Several non-destructive techniques have been applied like Particle-Induced X-ray Emission, Particle-Induced Gamma-ray Emission, micro-Raman spectroscopy, neutron resonance capture analysis and neutron activation analysis in order to combine different technique strengths and to explore the effect of different range sizes for the analysis.

^{[3]}This chapter focuses on the application of neutron diffraction neutron activation analysis prompt gamma activation analysis, and neutron resonance capture analysis and their application in cultural heritage studies.

^{[4]}T-PGAA allows for the simultaneous acquisition of photon energy and neutron time of flight, respectively, when prompt gamma rays are emitted by a sample after neutron absorption, essentially combining neutron resonance capture analysis (NRCA) and prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA).

^{[5]}7 cm) LaBr 3 scintillation detector equipped with a specially-designed radiation shield was evaluated for neutron resonance capture analysis at the neutron time-of-flight (TOF) facility GELINA.

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## resonance capture cros

In particular, the Mo-based micro-cell UO2 fueled cores have a much shorter cycle length and more negative moderator temperature coefficient than Cr-based one due to the large thermal and resonance capture cross sections of Mo isotopes and due to its lower critical boron concentration (CBC).^{[1]}The key point in sulfur neutron capture therapy is whether the neutron beam flux and the resonance capture cross section of $$^{33}\hbox {S(n},\alpha )^{30}\hbox {Si}$$33S(n,α)30Si reaction at 13.

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