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Thanks for your answers.
In the README of "Example Hadron03" it is said that "electromagnetic processes are not registered". So I'm wondering if the stopping power is taken into account, and if this could effect the neutron yield.
I'm using the last version of Geant4 and I tried to reduce the step length, but it seems this does not affect the neutron yield.
Thank you again.
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