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I irradiate the detector with an electron beam and I would like to calculate the number of electrons stopped in each pixel of the detector. I did it using scoring :
But now, I am interested in the calculation of the number of electrons reaching the surface of the detector (number of electrons /pixel). I tried with:
If I irradiate the detector with only 50000 electrons I obtained a huge number (millions) of electrons/surface.
What should I use or take into account to calculate the number of electrons (per pixel) reaching the detector surface using scoring? I welcome your discussion Regards Adam
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