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Re: Question Problem with neutrons interacting with Lithium 6 generating extra gammas (Calvin Giles)
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Re: None Re: Problem with neutrons interacting with Lithium 6 generating extra gammas (Calvin Giles)
Re: None Re: Problem with neutrons interacting with Lithium 6 generating extra gammas (Koi, Tatsumi)
Date: 24 Sep, 2009
From: Calvin Giles <Calvin Giles>

Is there likely to be a fix soon? Is there a temporary fix that can be used?

4.8.x may not explicitly conserve energy, but the generated alpha and triton have the correct energies (totalling 4.78MeV) making it useful. Are there adverse effects on the other processes using NeutronHP if a hard fix was added to the alpha triton process to ensure they were created with the correct energies? I am happy to simply ignore the gammas.

Regards,

Calvin

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