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On Thu, 13 Jul 2017 20:00:47 GMT, Alexis Brosssard wrote:
> Hello, > > I am simulating Pb 210 decay in copper. The decay produce Bi 210 with > excited energy of 46.5 keV. The de-excitation occurs by emission of > gamma or auger electron. The branching ratio for emission of one 46.5 > keV gamma is 4%. These gammas were well simulated in the previous > version 10.2.p03 but not in the new version 10.3.p01. > > The spectrums with the two different versions are attached, 10_2.png for > version 10.2.p03 and 10_3.png for version 10.3.p01. Each simulation was > 10k decay of Pb 210. X axis in keV
Here an output of rdecay01 for Geant4 10.3-ref-06 (also 10.4-beta) As you can see, the 4.5% of gamma (46.54 keV) are present.