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I found in my simulation that O16(p,gamma)F17 cross section is much higher comparing by published data like http://pntpm.ulb.ac.be/private/o16pg/o16pgsf.htm
I'm wonder which cross section library Geant4 is using for inelastic nuclear interaction of proton by Oxygen (specially, the radiative capture) ?
is these information hidden in geant4.9.6.p02/source/processes/hadronic/cross_sections/src ?
I'm using QGSP_BIC_EMY physics list. Do u think changing the physics list would help me to have more accurate results and which list u recommend?
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