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Flowchart of the sequence of models required to describe a nuclear reaction. The optical model enables to separate the incident flux (total cross-section) in three separate contributions (the shape elastic, the reaction and the direct inelastic cross-sections) and provides the compound nucleus with light particles transmission coefficients. Part of the reaction cross-section (σReaction) is then processed with the pre-equilibrium model to feed inelastic channels as well as the compound nucleus model with the remaining flux (σCN). σCN is then spread over all outgoing channels by the compound nucleus model.
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