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One difference is that Pu-239 fission in a thermal reactor results in 2.9 neutrons on average, instead of almost 2.5 for U-235, and its fission cross-section is three times its capture cross-section so that about one-quarter of reactions result in the formation of Pu-240 which is not fissile. All proposals are carefully reviewed by a scientist, engineer, or educator serving as an NSF Program Officer, and usually by three to ten other persons outside NSF either as ad hoc reviewers, panelists, or both, who are experts in the particular fields represented by the proposal.

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