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The energy loss of a neutron after an elastic scattering is a pretty straightforward calculation that can be done by hand. However, I am straggling to get information about how to calculate the same for an inelastic scattering, or an online database where I can find such information.

I would be interested to know which is the resulting energy of a neutron which scatters light nucleai like 19F, 16O or 9Be at MeV level. For instance, 14MeV neutron colliding to 19F: 19F(n,n'), which is the final energy of the collided neutron n'?

Thanks in advance!