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Hello, and thanks again Tatsumi for your time, Sorry for the late answer.
> Sorry, I am not sure what is your point.
My point is, that I am trying to ask how much better the results could be assumed to be if there was final state data available for Gadolinium in G4NDL? I'm having trouble finding documentation on the internal conversion electrons and how their spread is tabulated/calculated. And does the de-excitation models differ in electromagnetic standard and LowE models?
> Could you give me specific energy range where you got the result?
I am using monoenergetic neutrons.
In my stepping-manager i notice that the process I see is NeutronInelastic with boron, and nCapture with Gadolinium. The secondaries from the event seem to be pretty much what was expected. But why is the Boron event not a capture?