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On Thu, 07 Apr 2016 09:09:00 GMT, Amit Kumar wrote:
> Dear All > > I am simulating the neutron-carbon interaction and trying to generate > the distribution of energy deposition in diamond through 12C(n,alpha)9Be > nuclear reaction. In the spectrum I am just getting a single vertical > line which is indicating that in each event a single value of energy has > been deposited in the detector(which is practically not possible). I > have reduced the thickness of detector below the range of alpha > generated in diamond, still I didn't get broadening in the energy > deposition. > > I have also observed the spectrum experimentally and experimental result > is a broad distribution around the maxima (looks like Gaussian). > Although this broadening may be attributed due to the electronic noise > (due to the electronic components used to acquire the spectrum) but > there should be some intrinsic broadening in the spectrum due to > detector itself ( due to energy straggling). > > Please let me know how can I get the expected spectrum. > > Thanks >
What is the energy of incident neutrons ?
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