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Ahaa okay thank you for this Tatsumi.
As i notice there is no final state data for Gadolinium yet available i assume that the IC/auger's are already calculated automatically for my code with the photo-evaporation models?
Any guesses on how wrong this will turn out in my results? How hard would it be to augment this data to my G4NDL installation.
Also (less importantly), regarding Boron, i see there is both "capture" and "inelastic" data available, but still capture reactions turn out in my simulation as a "ninelastic" process. Why is this so?
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