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I simulated prompt gamma activation from neutron capture on natural carbon at neutron energy 2.45 MeV +- 200 keV. My hadron physics list is QGSP_BIC_HP, electromagnetic physics list is emlivermore.
I have three peaks of gamma energies at 1858,3854,4946 keV, but the first two of them disagree with experimental values (I compare with Evaluated Gamma-ray Activation File). The experimental values are 1261,3683,4945 so the third value fits quite well. My question is, may I know where is the gamma energy being calculated? Or more generally, how is the secondaries energy being sampled in geant4?
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