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> Thanks for your quick answer. And sorry that I didn't describe clearly. > What I mean is the trend of the line should be up and up, but trends of cross > section of the isotopes of Gd_156 come down with larger neutron energy(>12MeV). > Is it a bug for G4data?
NO. G4NDL reflect the shape of ENDF data. If you have a complain about this, please claim to ENDF group.
> Fig3 and Fig2 have the same trends but the altitude is not the same. In Fig2 > the Gd_152 is the largest one, but in Fig3, Gd_152 cross section value is lower > than Gd_155. that's really different from Fig2, isn't it? > Because the Fig2 is from talk on 2006, I guess that the data were changed from > 2007 till now, right? >
Please look the legend of Gd160 line in the Fig 2.