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=======================================================General use=======================================================AG Symmetry coefficient AH Asymmetry coefficient AKE Average kinetic energy ALF Alpha = capture/fission cross-section ratio AMP Scattering amplitude AP Most probable mass of fission-fragments ARE Resonance-area COR Angular correlation CRL Correlation D Average level-spacing DA Differential with angle of outgoing particle DA2 Double-diff. by angle (for quadruple-diff cs only) DE Differential with energy of outgoing particle DE2 Double-diff. by energy (for quadruple-diff.cs only) DN Diff.with no.of outgoing particles (comb.with SIG) DP Differential with lin.momentum of outgoing particles DSP Spins anti-parallel - parallel DT Diff.with 4-momentum transfer squared of outg.particles ECO Energy correlation EMC Effective mass correlation EN Resonance-energy ETA Average neutron yield per nonelastic eventfor fissile isotopesFM Product of polarization and cross section FM2 Product of polarization and square of cross section FY Fission-product yield INT Cross-section integral over incident energy(from EN-MIN to EN-MAX)IPA Cs integrated over partial angular range IPP Cs integrated over partial momentum range J Spin J(resonances, strength-functions)KE Kinetic energy KEM Temperature of Maxwellian distr.of outgoing particles KEP Most probable kinetic energy of outgoing particle KER Kerma factor L Angular momentum L(resonances, strength-functions)LD Level-density LDP Level-density parameter MCO Linear momentum correlation MLT Multiplicity (particle yield per event)===Note=== the special codes 'NU','ETA' for fissionNU Fission-neutron yield, nu-bar PHS Reich-Moore phase PN Pn-value or delayed neutron emission probability POL Polarization PTY Parity PY Product yieldTo be used in cases where neither SIG nor TTY applies.Degradation of primary projectile energy within targetdoes not extend below reaction threshold. Data are thussensitive to target thickness and beam profile and arenot always reproducible.RAD Scattering radius RAT Ratio(in case of isomeric ratios, TER/BIN ratios)RED Reduced(resonance-width)RI Resonance integral SCO Spin cut-off factor SGV Reaction rate (sigma * velocity) SIF Self-indication function SIG Cross section(Integral) cross-section for the formation of thespecified product nucleus or the specified reaction-type (x,y)SPC Intensity of gamma-lines STF Strength function STR Strength SUM Sum(in case of isomeric sums)SWG Statistical weight g(to be coded with reaction (N,0))TEM Nuclear temperature TMP Temperature-dependent quantity(not to be used with SF3 = THS)TTT Thick-target yield per unit time TTY Thick-target yield of the specified reaction product.Cross-section measurement with a target thick enough todegrade the primary projectile energy well below thethreshold of the reaction under consideration. Data arenot very sensitive to slight changes in target thick-ness or beam properties.TYA Differential with respect to Treiman-Yang angle(to be coded DA/TYA)WID Resonance width ZP Most probable charge of fission fragments