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I would like to know whether the scoring mesh works only in one direction or more than one direction of the incoming particles. Let me detail this issue. I have two layers:
Layer 1: A sensitive layer. It is pixilated using scoring mesh and the energy deposition of the incident electrons is calculated in each pixel.
Now, If I have another layer2 (layer1 is now on the top of layer 2 ), the backscattered electron from this layer will interact in the layer 1 and thus the energy deposition in each pixel of the layer1 should be increased.
Backscattered electrons from layer2 have now a direction opposite to the direction of the incident electrons.
If you need further information, feel free to contact me.
Best Regards A.H.
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