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Neutron source The term 'Neutron source' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' Any material that emits neutrons, such as a mixture of radium and beryllium, that can be inserted into a reactor to ensure a neutron flux large enough to be distinguished from background to register on neutron detection equipment. '.
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