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EVL EvaluationComplete and consistent set of cross sections insome energy range.TOT TotalTotal neutron cross sectionSEL ElasticTotal elastic scattering cross section, integratedover all angles.DEL Diff elasticAngular distribution or differential scatteringcross section for elastically scattered neutrons.POL PolarizationPolarization of neutrons in the exit channel.POT Potntal scatThat part of the scattering cross section whichcorresponds to scattering by a hard sphere.SIN Tot InelastcTotal inelastic scattering cross section, integratedover all angles and excited levels.DIN Diff inelastAngular distributions or energy spectra ofinelastically scattered neutrons, or partial crosssections for inelastic scattering.TSL Thermal ScatElastic or inelastic scattering of slow neutronsdepending on the structure of target material, e.g.,chemical binding, crystal vibrations, etc.SCT ScatteringTotal scattering cross sectionSNE nonelasticSum of all non-elastic cross sectionsABS AbsorptionAbsorption cross section, i.e., sum of allnon-scattering cross sections.RIA Res Int AbsResonance integral for absorption.NG (n,gamma)Radiative capture cross section.RIG Res Int CaptCapture resonance integral, for fissioning nuclidesonly.SNG Spec n,gammaSpectrum of gamma rays or conversion electronsfollowing neutron capture.DNG Inelastic gamProduction cross section, angular distributions orenergy spectra for gamma rays following inelasticscattering of neutrons.NEG Nonelast gamProduction cross section, angular distributions orenergy spectra for gamma rays following unseparatedneutron induced nonelastic processes.N2N (n,2n)(n,2n) or (n,2n+CP) reaction (CP=charged particles).Integral and differential data.NXN (n,xn x=3,4..)Reactions producing at least 3 neutrons. Integral anddifferential data.NEM n emissionSum cross section for all nonelastic processesresulting in neutron emission, weighted for thenumber of neutrons produced.NX Nucl ProductSum of all (unspecified) processes in a given targetproducing a given nuclide.NP (n,p)(n,proton) reaction. Integral and differential data.NNP (n,np)(n,n'p) reaction. Integral and differential data.PEM p emissionProton emission cross sectionND (n,d)(n,deuteron) reaction. Integral and differential data.NND (n,nd)(n,n'd) reaction. Integral and differential data.DEM d emissionDeuteron emission cross sectionNT (n,t)(N,triton) reaction. Integral and differential data.NNT (n,nt)(n,n't) reaction. Integral and differential data.TEM t emissionTriton emission cross sectionNHE (n,He3)(n,3He) reaction. Integral and differential data.NA (n,alfa)(n,alpha) reaction. Integral and differential dataNNA (n,n+alfa)(n,n'alpha) reaction. Integral and differential data.AEM Alpha EmissAlpha emission cross sectionNF (n,fission)Cross section for neutron induced fission, or forinelastic scattering to a spontaneously fissioningisomer.RIF Res int fissResonance integral for fissionALF AlphaCapture to fission cross section ratio.ETA EtaFor fissionable nuclides: number of neutronsemitted per absorptionNU NuNumber of prompt neutrons emitted per fission, alsoaverage number of prompt or total neutrons perfission.NUD Delayd neutsDelayed neutrons from fission. Total or group yields,energies.NUF Frag neutsNumber or energy of neutrons emitted by given fissionfragments.SFN Spect Fiss nEnergy spectrum or mean energy of prompt fissionneutrons.SFG Spec fis gamSpectrum of prompt gamma rays emitted in fission.FPG Fis Prod gamsSpectrum, yields, etc., of delayed gamma rays fromunseparated fission products.FPB FisProd betaSpectra, mean energies, etc., of beta-rays from THEunseparated fission products.NFY Fiss yieldYields of fission fragments or products.FRS Frag spectraEnergy or angular distribution of fission products.CHG Frag ChargeCharge distribution of fission fragments: chargedispersion, most probable charge of mass chain,fractional yields.RES Reson ParamsIndividual and averaged neutron resonance parameters.STF Strnth fnctnNeutron strength function.LDL Lvl DensityDensity of levels in the continuum, as determinedfrom particles emitted in neutron reactions.GN Gamma-n(gamma,n) reaction. Integral and differential data.GF Photo-fissnPhoton induced fission: cross sections, yields andspectra of neutrons, fragments, etc.