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Investigating the question further, I found out that delayed neutrons are emittied as a result of daughter isotopes' de-exitation. These daughter isotopes are created as a result of beta-minus decay of initial fission isotopes-fragments. When daughter isotopes are excited they can emit gamma or electrons. But if they are over-excited and overloaded by neutrons, they do emit neutrons. I examined Radioactive decay model and it seems like the only way that daughter isotopes can be de-excited - is photoemission. So it turns out that delayed neutrons' emission is impossible in G4, am I right?
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