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Dear Dr. Maire,
Thank you very much for your comment and I am sorry that I didn't reply your answer in time.
You are right that there is no difference of the energy deposition profile of elelctron in the two different solid geometries, but the neutron flux, generated by primary protons,is not the same. I add the detail description in the attachment file. Please find it and have a look.
Thanks again for your help!
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