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Neutron spectroscopy in inertial confinement fusion experiments using the DEMIN spectrometer

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7 Author(s)
Rosse, B. ; DAM, CEA, Arpajon, France ; Houry, M. ; Delagnes, E. ; Legou, P.
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A neutron diagnostic has been designed to achieve high energy neutron spectroscopy in large γ background. The concept of this diagnostic is based on the association of a Micromegas detector with a neutron-to-charged particle converter. Electrons produced by γ-rays go through the Micromegas with a low ionization probability, making the detector γ-rays insensitive. This low γ sensitivity makes this concept appealing for inertial confinement fusion experiments. The good time resolution of the apparatus allows the reconstruction of neutron energy spectra with the time-of-flight technique. We plan to use such spectrometer on future high power laser installation (Laser MegaJoule in France or National Ignition facility in USA).

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Advancements in Nuclear Instrumentation Measurement Methods and their Applications (ANIMMA), 2009 First International Conference on

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7-10 June 2009

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