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This is a plot where one can see the distribution of detected epithermals (those events with neutrons having less than 0.1 eV) as the red curve vs. the detected thermal captures (blue plot).
Notice epithermal neutron state is only capture once in each event to avoid redundancy counts.
So would this be related to an energy cut? If so, how could I set the cut, and one question that arises from this, how do I associate the cut to the particle which is defined in the standard Physics list QGSP_BERT_HP?
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