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“…The emission spectrum from 137 Cs also turned out to be incorrect, but here the main problem was more subtle: there are two β-decay branches from 137 Cs, which are both treated by Geant4 as allowed. In fact both transitions are forbidden, with shape-correction factors that have been determined by Behrens and Christmas [22] from experimental data. In addition, the radioactive-decay module gives the incorrect intensity for one of the conversion electron lines of 137 Cs (I 655.7 keV =1.10% instead of 1.39%).…”
Section: Comparison With Experimentsmentioning
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“…The emission spectrum from 137 Cs also turned out to be incorrect, but here the main problem was more subtle: there are two β-decay branches from 137 Cs, which are both treated by Geant4 as allowed. In fact both transitions are forbidden, with shape-correction factors that have been determined by Behrens and Christmas [22] from experimental data. In addition, the radioactive-decay module gives the incorrect intensity for one of the conversion electron lines of 137 Cs (I 655.7 keV =1.10% instead of 1.39%).…”
Section: Comparison With Experimentsmentioning
“…9) In special cases as 137 Cs, additional literature is consulted. 10) Similar to Sima and Arnold, 11) the time dependency in one decay path is regarded by discriminating between simultaneous and non-simultaneous particle emissions. This simultaneity depends on the detector time resolution T. If an intermediate stationary state has a decay constant λ, the probability of these two events to be recognised as one is…”
Section: Monte Carlo Simulationmentioning