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It isn't a record value of neutron density and it can be increased by more careful assembling of the neutron guide.
i] is the neutron flux distribution, which is defined as the product of the neutron density and the velocity.
The company wells were drilled to hydrocarbon industry standards where lithology and down-hole logs, including resistivity, sonic, neutron density and caliper logs were recorded for all the formations drilled from surface casing to just below the Potash beds.
The company ran a suite of logs including electric, sonic and neutron density to collect additional data.
The most important limit for its spatial resolution in the mode of scanning the neutron density with a scatterer follows from the finite sharpness of the gravitational barrier penetrability in function of a scatterer height.
We ran a triple suite of electronic, sonic and neutron density logs all identifying a very substantial and promising section that compares favorable with the same section that produces in other fields.
After equilibrium neutron density is reached, the magnet is turned on.