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Re: Question maximum energy transfer - 60.18 eV ? (Batom)
Re: Feedback Re: maximum energy transfer - 60.18 eV ? (Ziad Francis)
Date: 28 Sep, 2016
From: Batom <Batom>

Dear Ziad,

Thank you for your reply! I also obtained ~ 22-23 keV of electrons maximum kinetic energy for 600 MeV/u Iron ions. But, 60.18 eV - is maximum value of energy deposition (energy transfer). This value did not change (or increase) when different kinetic energies of incident ions (1000 MeV/u Iron ion, or 500 MeV/u Carbon and/or 50 MeV protons). Have a cut-value for energy deposition in the G4EmDNAPhysics constructor?

Thank you for your helping to understand it! Batom.

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