Laser Acceleration of Particles (AIP Conference Proceedings)

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Neutrons released in fission are initially fast (velocity about 109 cm/sec, or energy above 1 MeV), but fission in U-235 is most readily caused by slow neutrons (velocity about 105 cm/s, or energy about 0.02 eV). After an administrative review has occurred, Grants and Agreements Officers perform the processing and issuance of a grant or other agreement. This is partly because we are too lazy to type them in, but also because these things can change with new editions and different countries (slightly better excuse).

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Publisher: American Institute of Physics; 1982 edition (April 3, 1998)

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