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I try to simulate neutron capture on 56Fe. I write generated gammas created by NeutronCapture process. The gamma-spectrum I get confuses me. Though it has main 2 peaks - 7631.18 and 7645.58 MeV, peak 6018.42 seems to be replaced by 6380 MeV (in terms of intensity). To cut a long story, I would like to know the present condition of Geant's database for gammas from neutron capture. I've examined the forum and found one proposal to use G4NEUTRONHP_USE_ONLY_PHOTONEVAPORATION. This option doesn't help much. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
The source for gamma-lines from neutron capture I used to compare was http://www.nndc.bnl.gov/capgam/byn/page058.html
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