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I want to ask you about the gamma transition. Does anyone knows if the nature of the transition is defined in the tables? it means( magnetic or electric transition). In other words does geant4 takes into account, the correlation between gamma rays during the decay. I ve simulated a co-60 spectrum that i ve declared in Primarygenerationaction like two energies at 1.173keV and 1.332keV. In The output spectrum we can see the peak at 2505keV due to the peak-sum.
For this reason I want to be sure if is there a correlation or not between gammas emitted in cascade.
thank you very much for your help.