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Thank you for your reply. I thought so as well, and I knew from your previous posts that this was the case. But there is this paper published in Nucl. Instr. and Meth.- in fact these authors have a number of papers published on this topic in this journal, and I tried really hard to reproduce their results but without success. One of these papers is published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 342 (2015) 194-199.
The authors responded only once saying that they had to use the "corrected Gheisha cross-sections, not the standard ones", fact not mentioned as far as I know in any of their papers, but I have no idea what they meant by this and they did not clarify.
Does anyone know what the "corrected Gheisha cross-sections" might mean and how to activate them?
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