Comment on "nuclear emissions during self-nucleated acoustic cavitation".

  title={Comment on "nuclear emissions during self-nucleated acoustic cavitation".},
  author={Brian Naranjo},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={97 14},
          149403; author reply 149404
  • B. Naranjo
  • Published 8 March 2006
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
Neutron simulation methods and statistical fitting methods for "Comment on 'Nuclear Emissions During Self-Nucleated Acoustic Cavitation'" are presented. The fit that underlies the Comment's background-subtracted "Cf-252" curve is shown. Also included are numerically sampled distributions of the goodness-of-fit variable for the four candidate neutron sources and a sketch of the assumed geometry. 
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