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I am trying to build a model that counts secondary gamma rays and their corresponding energy that result from fast neutron inelastic scatter. The physics library I am including is LHEP. I thought this was a general physics list, but upon inspection of my gamma energy spectra, I do not see any peaks that correspond to Carbon (4439 keV) or Iron (846/847 keV). The only peaks I get are at 511 and 2224, for annihilation and H-capture. Even more confounding is that when I run the simulation on high verbosity, some of the processes listed as occurring are NeutronInelastic. However, this does not always result in a secondary gamma. Is there some other library I need to be including under LHEP, or is this a bug?
Thank you for your time. Gretchen
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