Note that it mentions x-rays and neutrons. That implies that they are distinct i.e. not the same .i.e. different.verloren_aviator wrote: ....
Neutron emissions (gamma radiation) can be stimulated at very low energies.SourceAbstract. Evidence of x-ray and neutron emission from an ultraminiature pinch plasma focus is presented. .... X-ray radiographs of materials of different thickness were obtained. Neutrons were detected using a system based upon 3He proportional counter in current mode...
....The Thermonuclear Plasma Department of the Chilean Nuclear Energy Commission (DPTN-CCHEN) has in the last years worked in the miniaturization of neutron generators based on plasma focus (PF) physics as non radioactive sources of neutrons. .... These very small devices produce pinch plasmas, neutrons and X-rays pulses.
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS VOLUME 83, NUMBER 16 20 OCTOBER 2003
- Neutron emission from a fast plasma focus of 400 Joules
Patricio Silva, Jose ́ Moreno, Leopoldo Soto,a) Lipo Birstein, Roberto E. Mayer,b) and Walter Kiesc) Comisio ́n Chilena de Energ ́ıa Nuclear, Casilla 188 D, Santiago, Chile
Neturons are not gamma radiation. Netrons have mass. Gamma rays do not.
Not sure what your point is about low energy stimulated emission of neutrons is. Given that natural emissions occur I'd take low energy stimulated emissions as a given.
Also note that this quote contradicts some of your earllier statements as to the source of various types of radiation. Indeed your statment about neutrons being gama rays when combined with your statement about gama rays being "natural" rather conflicts with them being generated artifically as indicated in the quote.
You're getting almost as good at proving yourself wrong as I am at proving you wrong. Keep it up and I won't have to post much more than smilies.