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Hello, I tried having a look in the G4NDL data library on the case of gadolinium.
Now as I can't find documentation on what the numbers are in the datafiles I am a bit lost on the exact functionality. Do i understand it correctly that the internal conversion and auger electron-rays emitted by the compound nucleus are not in the G4NDL data but handled by the electromagnetic models? (atomic de-excitation models)
So that the G4 neutron hp models only calculate the gamma emission in radiative capture from G4NDL data? Or are the electron data stored somewhere as well? I read physics manual 35.2.3 and it only talks of gammas in the final state (I ask because i want to know if the EM model also affects the production of electrons or just their range)
I see that for instance boron which also produces particle radiation(through break-up) on capture is treated as a inelastic neutron process?
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