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Re: Question Ion particles in svalue example (Kirstie Caravani)
Re: None Re: Ion particles in svalue example (Sebastien INCERTI)
Date: 30 Aug, 2017
From: Kirstie Caravani <Kirstie Caravani>

Hello Sebastien,

Thank you very much for your response. I have tried adapting the physics lists from microbeam and rdecay01 into that of svalue, and it will now calculate the energy deposited (it didn't previously) but still shows 0 for the S value.

>The run is 1000 Ac225 of 300.00 eV through a sphere of radius 2.88 cm of G4_WATER (density: 1.00 g/cm3 )
>Total Energy deposited = 28.639 MeV +- 896.267 keV
>S value = 0.000 Gy/Bq.s +- 0.000 Gy/Bq.s
>Track length of primary track = 18.771 nm +- 0.000 fm
> Projected range = -68.380 um +- 1.299 cm
>Nb of steps of primary track = 2.00 +- 0.00
>Step size = 9.386 nm +- 0.000 fm

I realise I probably have more than necessary as I was hoping for a result and to tidy the code afterwards.
Could you or someone else please have a look at my physics list and perhaps point me in the right direction? Thank you.

Attachment:
http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2017/08/30/06.34-50255-PhysicsList.cc

Kind regards,
Kirstie.

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