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Re: Question finding the atomic number of the isotope which undergoes fission (Cristian Bungau)
Date: 20 Oct, 2010
From: Paul Nicholas Colin Gloster <Paul Nicholas Colin Gloster>

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Cristian Bungau <Christian.Bungau@Manchester.ac.UK> sent on October 20th, 2010:

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|"Dear all,                                                              |
|                                                                        |
|If it is not possible to find the name of the isotope which undergoes   |
|fission, could you please let me know if it is possible to find at least|
|the atomic number?                                                      |
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|Thank you very much,                                                    |
|                                                                        |
|Best regards,                                                           |
|                                                                        |
|Cristian"                                                               |
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Hello,

I customized
G4DecayTable *G4RadioactiveDecay::LoadDecayTable (G4ParticleDefinition
                                                  &theParentNucleus)
in
source/processes/hadronic/models/radioactive_decay/src/G4RadioactiveDecay.cc
with statements such as
          if (!DecaySchemeFile)
            //
            //
            // There is no radioactive decay data for this nucleus.  Return a null
            // decay table.
            //
            {
              G4cerr <<"G4RadioactiveDecay::LoadDecayTable() : cannot find ion radioactive decay file (further information from Gloster: Geant tried to use decay data for " << Z << "=Z and " << A << "=A but Geant does not have these data)." <<G4endl;
              theDecayTable = 0;
              return theDecayTable;
            }
          else
            {
              G4cout << "\nHint from Gloster in G4RadioactiveDecay : just opened the file  "  << file  << G4endl;
            }
The filenames show the atomic numbers and the mass numbers, for
example:
"Hint from Gloster in G4RadioactiveDecay : just opened the file /home/Colin_Paul/software/installed/Geant4/Geant4.9.2/data/RadioactiveDecay3.2/z9.a17".

Regards,
Nicholas Paul Caileán
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