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Therefore the Mg26 system left by removing a Is proton from Al27 is excited by 65 MeV and can easily boil off several nucleons. It is reasonable that some of the best verifications of CN evaporation formulas have been found in high-energy reactions initiated by DI first stages [25]. When a reaction has a DI first step that causes CN formation, the two processes are not in competition. If the several steps of such a reaction are independent except for energetics, the reaction amplitude breaks up into factors.

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