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Dear All; I have one question related to acquisition time (the time spent in the simulation that corresponds to real time acquisition). How can I determine the acquisition time of a simulation? In other words, If I have counts (events detected) and if I want o change the counts into counts-per-second ( cps; counts/acquisitiontime), where can I get the acquisition time? I have tried to get the acquisition time by summing up the sampling time intervals between event; that is the sampling time interval is, timeInterval = -log(G4UniformRand())*(1./activity); The result that I obtained from the summation of the timeIntervals between samples seems to be very small, which implied the counts-per-second becomes very big. What should I do, thanks in advance Nur Aman [ MIME part of type text/html without a name stripped ]