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Respected Geant4 experts,
I am simulating the attached geometry, amd am tallying total energy deposited spectrum in silicon material. As expected I see that most of the contributions are due to tritons. However there is a hard cutoff at 2.73 MeV, which seems incorrect. Is there an explanation to this peculiar feature of the spectrum. I am using QGSP_BIC_HP physics list. My output spectrum is attached along with this email.
I appreciate any help in this regard.
Best Regards, Sanchit Sharma
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