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Thanks for your reply. I patched and rerun my simulation but the result was same as before. Actually, it seems the problem belongs not to the gamma ray de-excitation but to the internal conversion process, because that 13.9 keV x-ray is due to the internal conversion. However, the x-rays are detected in the simulation at small event rates less than 1%. I think, the photo-evaporation coefficient may be incorrect for Am-241. Is there any possibility this problem can occur?
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