|Aug1-10, 01:48 AM||#1|
Cross section data, how to fill in the gaps?
I wanted information on the 18F production rates of 18O(p,n)18F compared to 20Ne(d,alpha)18F. I found a 1979 graph that showed some nice curves between 2.3 and 22 MeV but I wanted to see what things looked like between 1 MeV and 2.5 MeV. So I went here:
and found a neat interface for extracting ENDF data (plus other data sources). However, when I selected "deuteron reactions", the only available data was for H, He and Li! And when I selected "proton reactions" while Oxygen was available it was only for 16O, not the 18O isotope.
Any suggestions for data alternatives? There is a lot of data on neutron cross sections. Is this neutron data useful for getting reasonable transmutation estimates for p or d?
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