Fig.3-3 Nuclear splits in high-energy fission

The black plots show the observed nuclear splitting when a 240U nucleus is produced in the excitation energy range of E = 40–50 MeV. The spectrum is contributed by six 235-240U nuclides produced by the emissions of 0–5 neutrons (dashed lines). These calculated fission fragment mass distributions (FFMDs) sum to the red curve, which well reproduces the experimental result.

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