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Neutron generation The term 'Neutron generation' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' The release, thermalization, and absorption of fission neutrons by a fissile material and the fission of that material producing a second generation of neutrons. In a typical nuclear power reactor system, there are about 40,000 generations of neutrons every second. '.
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