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I would like to use Geant4 to model the atomic relaxation of nitrogen – specifically the L-shell fluorescence photon (~391.4 nm / 3.17 eV). I have not been able to find any publications or examples of Geant4 simulations done at this energy level. One problem may be that the ENDL atomic-relaxation data does not have the transition energies or probabilities for the L-shell of nitrogen (only the K-shell) but I believe that this could be added to the physics list.
Any information on similar work done in Geant4 – fluorescence photons at this energy level or adding additional ‘cross sections’ to existing data files - would be greatly appreciated.
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