Reactor as a source of antineutrinos: Thermal fission energy

@article{Kopeikin2004ReactorAA,
  title={Reactor as a source of antineutrinos: Thermal fission energy},
  author={V. Kopeikin and Lusine Artakovna Mikaelyan and V. V. Sinev},
  journal={Physics of Atomic Nuclei},
  year={2004},
  volume={67},
  pages={1892-1899}
}
Deeper insight into the features of a reactor as a source of antineutrinos is required for making further advances in studying the fundamental properties of the neutrino. The relationship between the thermal power of a reactor and the rate of the chain fission reaction in its core is analyzed. 
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