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Neutron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... compounds 5.1 Dineutrons and tetraneutrons 5.2 Neutronium and neutron stars 6 Detec-tion 6.1 Neutron detection by neutron capture 6.2 Neutron detection by elastic scattering 7 Sources and production 7.1 Neutron beams and modification of ...


Neutron star - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Neutron star - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Neutron star From Wikipedia, the free en-cyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search For the story by Larry Niven, see Neutron Star (s-hort story) . Play media The size of a Neutron Star compared to ...


Neutron capture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... (i.e. by nuclear fusion ), but can be formed by neutron capture. [ 1 ] Contents 1 Neutron capture at small neutron flux 2 Neutron capture at high neutron flux 3 Capture cross section 4 Uses 5 Neutron absorbers 6 See also 7 References 8 ...


Neutron number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... number (proton number) plus neutron number equals mass number : Z + N = A . The difference between the neutron number and the atomic number is known as the neutron excess : D = N - Z = A - 2Z . Neutron number is rarely written explicitly ...


Neutron temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Neutron temperature Flux   · Radiation   · Transport Cross section   · Absorption   · Activation Neutron scattering Neutron diffraction Small-angle neutron scattering GISANS Reflectometry Inelastic neutron scattering Triple-axis ...


Neutron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Anti-neutron 5 Neutron compounds 5.1 Dineutrons and tetraneutrons 5.2 Neutronium and neutron stars 6 Detection 6.1 Neutron detection by neutron capture 6.2 Neutron detection by elastic scattering 7 Sources and production 7.1 Neutron beams ...


Neutron moderator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... of neutron velocities once moderated [ edit ] After sufficient impacts, the speed of the neutron will be comparable to the speed of the nuclei given by thermal motion; this neutron is then called a thermal neutron , and the process may ...


Neutron emission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Neutron emission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Neutron emission From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Neutron emitters to left of lower dashed line Z  → 0 1 2 n  ↓ n   H   He 3 4 0 1 H Li Be 5 6 1 1 ...


Neutron temperature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Neutron temperature Flux  · Radiation  · Transport Cross section  · Absorption  · Ac-tivation Neutron scattering Neutron diffraction Small-angle neutron scattering GISANS Refl-ectometry Inelastic neutron scattering Triple-axis ...


Neutron radiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... used for imaging of industrial parts termed neutron radiography when using film, neutron radioscopy when taking a digital image, such as through image plates, and neutron tom-ography for three-dimensional images. Neutron imaging is commonly ...


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