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Re: Question maximum energy transfer - 60.18 eV ? (Batom)
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Date: 30 Sep, 2016
From: Ziad Francis <Ziad Francis>

Dear Batom, The G4DNA processes are all discrete processes ... so far, so energy depositions are limited by the target (water) binding energies and by the end of track particle killing procedure. So for water molecule you would see energies around 10.7eV, 13, 17eV, 37.7eV and 537 eV (very rarely).

In other words yes it is normal to obtain a maximum energy transfer of 60 eV it does not depend on the particle itself, but rather on the target material in our case.

Ziad

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