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Such neutrons are lost from the life cycle and will not cause a fission reaction. The quantity Lf is defined as the ratio of the total number of fast neutrons escaping leakage to the total number produced from fast and thermal fission. Lf is often called the non-leakage probability and therefore the fraction that does leak out is given by (1 − Lf ). 3. The remaining neutrons collide with moderator nuclei and, as a result, lose energy in a discontinuous manner. If, after a collision, a neutron’s energy corresponds to one of the 238 U resonances, it will be absorbed in 238 U.

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