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Hi Gabriel, Thanks once again for your sugestions. I can now get the 1D histograms but not the nTuple. I do not why thet nTuple is not written. Or is the energy distribution the same along the y and zdirections as along the x directions? However what is really important to me now is getting information about secondary neutrons from protonInelastic interactions. The output from my simulation gives the energy deposited but I am interested in the spectrum of neutron energies resulting from the proton Inelastic nuclear ineractions. That is the secondary neutrons and their energies. How can I get this information?
It is my feeling that this information could be obtained at the level of the sensitive detector, but I do not know exactly how this can be done.
I will be glad if some has any sugestions. Thank in advance, Giles KK. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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