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(n,n*3) vs. (n,3n)

  1. Mar 11, 2010 #1
    1. What is the meaning of (n,n*3) and (n,3n)?

    (n,n*3) is shown in ENDF charts for Inelastic levels and (n,3n) is shown for Threshold Reactions. For an example, see http://t2.lanl.gov/data/n7-pdf/sm/149.pdf

    2. Also can you refer me to a book that explains how to interpret these types of charts?
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