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Hello, I'm trying to reproduce the low energy n-p (neutron beam on a proton target) cross-sections with the NeutronHP models, and I've been getting results that are a factor of two too high. I've noticed that deuterons are produced and that geant is giving me:
NeutronHP: /Inelastic file for Z = 1, A = 1 is not found and NeutronHP will use /opt/ptg/Geant-4.9.1_p1/share/data/G4NDL3.12/Inelastic//CrossSection/1_2_Hydrogen.
This is happening even when only the HPElastic model is used. Why would this happen? Are there any known issues with the HP models I should look out for? How could deuteron be produced when only the elastic model is registered?
Thanks for your help.
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