Anisotropy factors for determination of neutron yield from the D(d, n)3He and T(d, n)4He reactions
Anisotropy correction coefficients for determination of both the total neutron yield and neutron flux at a given angle have been calculated employing the most accurate cross section data available at present. Comparisons with earlier calculations showed discrepancies of as much as 4.5% in the anisotropy factors for determination of the DD neutron flux.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Anisotropy Inorganic Chemistry Cross Section Data Neutron Flux
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