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In the standard Em package, there is no minimal limitation for the production of Compton or photoelectric e-. It means these processes are independant of any production threshold.
Of course, there is ionisation produced by such electrons (secondaries of secondaries). To be sure that e- from ionisation reach a whole, the range must be at least 1 micron.
Anyway, the dominant effect comes from Compton+photoelectric. So your results must not depend too much of the production threshold.
I suggest to run two jobs. First with big cut (1 km), so there is no ionisation, only compton+photoelectric. The second with cut=1 micron. See the difference.
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