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Question delayed netrons from uran fission 

Forum: Hadronic Processes
Date: 08 Aug, 2007
From: Victor_Makarov <Victor_Makarov>

As it is known from theory, uran fission leads to emitted neutrons - 99% of which are fast and about 1% are delayed neutrons (with emission time from 0.05 sec to 1 min). My question is - Can I simulate those delayed neutrons? If Yes, then how? Should I use G4RadioactiveDecay for that? Shall I be able to see the delay time by examining time parameters of a particle? Thanks

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