In the simplified case of shooting a 277eV gamma into A simple stack of basically Silicon (PV-CAP=1nm of SiO2, PV-MBE=5nm Si and PV-Silicon=2um Si).
What I believe to be the photoelectrons being produced do not seem to be 277eV-Binding Energy (Data From G4AtomicShells for Si 1844.0eV 154.0eV 104.0eV 104.0eV 13.46eV 8.15eV).
In the first three events of my run I get for 277eV Gammas.
Event0. Photo eDep=13.07eV
Event1. Event0. Photo eDep=33.81eV
Event2. Photo eDep=20.15eV
The all add up to 277eV. I assume one of the electrons in each event should be an ejected photoelectron and the others auger or C-K electrons. But none of the electrons is equal to 277eV-Binding Energy.
Below is a what I am retrieving from my step actions that corresponds to the three events listed above.