Chars of Spent Fuel from Pu-Dispos Reactors Vol 1 [CE System
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Two of the very important fission products contributing to the gamma flux are 134Cs (605 and 796 keV) and 137Cs (662 keV). Gamma-ray spectra are shown in Figs. 10 through 14. The energy group structure used to produce the spectra in Figs. 10 through 14 is shown in Table 3. These groups are known as the SCALE 18-group gamma structure. For all but a small number of the energy groups there is negligible flux in evidence in the figures. 0 MeV is group number 11, and the groups with noticeable flux can be identified with reference to this (group numbers increase with decreasing energy).
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