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you likely choose not optimal forum for the discussion, because it is pure electromagnetic physics. Usually, we recommend to use Option3, Option4, Livermore, or Penelope electromagnetic physics constructors, hadronic and other parts of Physics Lists are not relevant to your problem. LET results are also sensitive to chosen cut value, step limit and method how LET is computed.
I would move discussion to electromagnetic process options where you need to explain how you compute LET. I would suspect such big difference means that at low energy you compute two different things with Geant4 and another code.
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