**Identification of secondary particle:**- The following four numbers.
**yo:**- The particle-number identifier.
**ZA:**- The secondary particle identified as
1000*
*Z*+*A*. **Excitation:**- The excitation level of the secondary particle.
**Mass:**- The atomic mass of the particle.

**Scatterer identification:**- This block of three numbers is
given for reactions involving the scattering of photons.
**ZA:**- The convention is that an electron has
*ZA*= - 9. **yo:**- For an electron we have = 9.
**Mass:**- The atomic mass of the scatterer.

**Angular bins:**- For
= 1 data we have four
numbers.
**Number of bin edges:**- The number of the equiprobable angular
bin boundaries.
**Number of energies:**- The number of incident energies for which
data is given.
**Bin location:**- The location of the first angular bin for the
first (smallest) incident energy. For each incident energy the
bin edges are ordered by increasing cosine.
**Energy location:**- The location of the list of incident
energies. The energies are in increasing order.

**Energy-angle bins:**- For
= 3 data we have the
following set of numbers.
**Number of energies:**- The number of incident energies for which
data is given.
**Energy location:**- The location of the list of incident
energies.
**Bin locations:**- We have a block of numbers, one for each
incident energy. The data is organized as: the edge of an
equiprobable cosine bin followed by the corresponding
equiprobable energy bins for the secondary particle. For each
incident energy the number given in this segment of the
kinematics directory is the location of the first equiprobable
cosine bin edge. The cosines are in increasing order, as are
the energy bin edges.
**Number of cosines:**- The number boundary points for the
equiprobable angular bins.
**Number of energies for secondary:**- The number of equiprobable
secondary energy bin boundaries.
**Block length:**- The length of a data block corresponding to
the bin locations above. This number is equal to the product,
(
*number**of**cosines*)*(1 +*number**of**secondary*I>energies).

**Energy bins:**- For
= 4 data we have four
numbers.
**Number of bin edges:**- The number of equiprobable secondary
energy bin boundaries.
**Number of energies:**- The number of incident energies for which
data is given.
**Bin location:**- The location of the first secondary energy bin
for the first (smallest) incident energy. For each incident
energy the secondary energy bins are in increasing order.
**Energy location:**- The location of the list of incident
energies. The incident energies are in increasing order.

**Multiplicity:**- For
= 7 and
= 9 data we have either one or five numbers.
**Multiplicity:**- If the multiplicity of the secondary particle
is independent of the energy of the incident particle, it is
given here as a real number, and this segment contains no other
numbers. A zero here indicates that the multiplicity is energy
dependent, and the following four numbers are also present.
**Data length:**- The number of multiplicity-data entries.
There is one entry for each energy group.
**Data location:**- The location of the multiplicity data.
**gp_start:**- The index of the first energy group for which
data is given. This corresponds to the energy threshold.
**gp_end:**- The index of the last energy group for which data
is given.

**Energy deposition:**- For
= 10 data we have
the following four numbers.
**Data length:**- The number of energy-deposition entries. There
is one entry for each energy group.
**Data location:**- The location of the energy-deposition data.
**gp_start:**- The index of the first energy group for which
data is given. This corresponds to the energy threshold.
**gp_end:**- The index of the last energy group for which data
is given.

**Photon scattering:**- For
= 941 or
= 942 data we the following three numbers.
**Interpolation type:**- This number is 5 to denote that log-log
interpolation is requred.
**Data length:**- The number of scattering form-factor entries.
The data is in pairs (incident energy, form factor), ordered by
increasing energy.
**Data location:**- The location of the form-factor data.