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On Thu, 18 Jan 2018 15:50:10 GMT, Michael wrote:
> > Thanks for doing that for me. Do you see what I mean...the n,'g does not > cut by half...?
Why it should ? Cross sections on Hydrogen and Carbon are not the same. From outputs, I read : Hydrogen : elastic = ~696 mb inelastic = ~0 total = ~696 mb Carbon : elastic = ~827 mb inelastic = ~489 mb total = ~1.31 b
> > Also, the emissions at 9.5 and 12 MeV shouldn't decay by gammas.
I hope Geant4 experts will comment ...