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Neutrinos and non-proliferation in Europe


, : Neutrinos and non-proliferation in Europe. Earth, Moon, and Planets 99(1-4): 331-341

The main effort in Europe to evaluate the interest for IAEA of neutrinos detectors close to nuclear power stations is made within the Double Chooz experiments. Specific simulation of diversion scenarios as well as new experimental measurements of neutrinos emitted are underway.

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DOI: 10.1007/s11038-006-9105-7


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