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Comments on $$^{40}$$K data of FENDL-3.1c

Konno, Chikara; Kwon, Saerom*

The KERMA factor (energy-balance method) and DPA cross section of $$^{40}$$K in FENDL-3.1c are much smaller than those of other nuclear data libraries. In order to identify reasons of the smaller KERMA factor and DPA cross section, I examined energy-balance, energy distributions of charged particles, yield and energy distribution of $$gamma$$ in the (n,p) and (n,$$alpha$$) reactions, which contribute to KERMA and DPA cross section data much, for low energy neutrons. As a result, it is found out that the energy distributions of charged particles, and yield and energy distribution of $$gamma$$ for low energy neutrons in the (n,p) and (n,$$alpha$$) reactions are too small, which causes the smaller KERMA factor and DPA cross section.

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