## What is/are Resonance Integral?

Resonance Integral - This work is devoted to an evaluation of the integral coefficients of neutron resonances directly from resonance parameters, which enables the evaluation of individually distinct single-resonance integrals.^{[1]}The temperature dependence of the conductivity of the insulator phase of V(1 – x)WxO2 is explained using the hopping conduction model that takes into account the influence of thermal vibrations of atoms on the resonance integral.

^{[2]}By irradiating the Se samples in reactor sites having different compositions of thermal and epithermal neutrons, consistent values of the thermal cross sections and resonance integrals have been obtained.

^{[3]}In the above paper [1] , an inaccurate statement was made about resonance integrals.

^{[4]}The temperature dependence of the conductivity of the insulating VNixO2 phase is explained using the hopping conduction model that takes into account the influence of thermal atomic vibrations on the resonance integral.

^{[5]}8 b for thermal and I0 = 476 ± 25 b for resonance integrals with σ0/I0 = 12.

^{[6]}Determination of the thermal cross sections requires correction for captures by epithermal neutrons, so careful attention has been paid to the measurement of the resonance integrals, which were found to vary for irradiations at different sites in the reactor.

^{[7]}The π-electron structure of the spiroid is calculated using the strong coupling method, in which the matrix element of the exchange interaction of neighboring electrons (the resonance integral) is considered as being dependent on the local curvature of the spiroid surface.

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## capture cross section

The evaluated resonance integral-capture cross section and thermal resonance integral-capture cross section showed a good agreement with the tabulated values found in the literature on the unresolved resonance energy region for 250Cf in the range from 0.^{[1]}Thermal neutron capture cross sections and resonance integrals of 96Ru, 102Ru and 104Ru are measured with reference to a 55Mn monitor.

^{[2]}The thermal capture cross section and capture resonance integral were determined.

^{[3]}Our estimates of the thermal neutron capture cross-section and resonance integral for 146Nd at 1.

^{[4]}ABSTRACT The thermal-neutron capture cross-section (σ0) and resonance integral (I0) were measured for the 237Np(n,γ) 238Np reaction by an activation method.

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## Capture Resonance Integral

The thermal capture cross section and capture resonance integral were determined.^{[1]}For 153Eu, our study suggests to increase the capture resonance integral from I0 = 1409 barns to I0 = 1502 ± 68 barns.

^{[2]}Capture resonance integral I0 were calculated from the parameters derived in this work (I0,107 = 101.

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