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Hi, I have a question about the simulation of grazing angle proton scattering.
In the article:
"Low Angle Scattering of Protons on the XMM-Newton Optics and Effects on the On-Board CCD detectors"
Nartallo et al. 2001
Nartallo uses the multiple scattering to simulate the interaction of protons with a mirror reflecting surface layer (in this case XMM-Newton optics).
As a conseguence of:
"Grazing Angle Proton Scattering: effects on Chandra and XMM-Newton X-ray telescopes"
Dichter and Woolf, 2003
, where the authors show that the multiple scattering under predicts the expected proton flux at the focal plane,
Nartallo in the article:
"Update on the use of Geant4 for the simulation of low energy protons scattering off X-ray mirrors at grazing incidence angles"
implements a new physics process, G4FirsovScattering, in the G4 Monte Carlo code, to treat the scattering of low energy protons at grazing incidence angles.
Now the question is: someone knows where is G4FirsovScattering? I can't find it in G4 library!
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