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I am simulating the number of electrons liberated from the surface of Molybdenum by proton beam in the energy range of 20keV - 150keV. So, I modified example Hadr02. I set the minimum energy for secondary electron production to 2eV - 50eV. However, the simulation is indicating secondary production starts when the proton energy is ~ 83keV. As the energy is increased, the average electron produced increased in exponential form to ~44 at 120keV. But experimental data from published works indicated that electron liberation in Molybdenum occurs even at 25keV proton energy, and that the average liberated electrons per proton starts at ~ 0.2 at 25keV and levels to ~1.5 at about 120keV. What could be wrong with the Hadr02?
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