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Hi, The scoring commands you issued are looks OK. I suggest following points: 1) You can check your scorer is working or not by injecting the neutron directly to your scoring geometry instead of electron beam. 2) Does your physics list include photo-nuclear process? ( It is also included in G4EmExtraPhysics ) If you did not include it, gamma/lepton nuclear reaction will not occur in your simulation. For more detail, please post your question to the physics category. 3) Also, you need to know the production rate of neutrons by the reactions. If both the neutron production rate and the geometric acceptance of scorer is very small, the detecting count of neutron might be very rare. Cheers,
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