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The released products of a transmutation reaction (I say transmutation when 2 particles reacts to generate more than one) follows the conservation of kinetic energy law. Also particles moving in opposite direction can have equal speed one with respect the other than rather if one of them is static.

In other ways almost all the fusion cross section data are taken using a static target.

(In other way when a charge that goes again a nucleous it follows integral of E*q/r^2 with respect distance that is F*x that is energy, but that is true for large distance due short range forces are not present)

It is possible that the cross section horizontal axe should be the kinetic momentum instead of energy?

It is useful as long as accordingly kinetic momentum is better to accelerate both particles one again other due less energy is involved.

In other ways almost all the fusion cross section data are taken using a static target.

(In other way when a charge that goes again a nucleous it follows integral of E*q/r^2 with respect distance that is F*x that is energy, but that is true for large distance due short range forces are not present)

It is possible that the cross section horizontal axe should be the kinetic momentum instead of energy?

It is useful as long as accordingly kinetic momentum is better to accelerate both particles one again other due less energy is involved.

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