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I am running a simulation in which I want to record the individual energies of gamma rays that pass through a volume where a detector would be (so that I can run my own calibration curves on that data for different detectors). I set up a thin G4Tubs with G4PSPassageCellCurrent but was only able to record the number of gammas that pass through it, and haven't been able to find another more suitable primitive scorer. I have heard rumors that what I want can be accomplished by recording the particle's energy with a sensitive detector class that records a hit whenever a particle crosses into the G4Tubs volume but I am unsure of how to do this. Could anyone point me in the right direction? Sorry for asking if this question has been answered in one of the obvious places but if it has I have not been able to find it.
Thanks in advance,
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