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Keywords: Electrons in Electric Field
Forum: Fields: Magnetic and Otherwise
Re: None Low energy electrons in electric field (Emmanuel Moulin)
Re: None Re: Low energy electrons in electric field (Vladimir Grichine)
Date: 26 Jan, 2004
From: Emmanuel Moulin <Emmanuel.Moulin@lpsc.in2p3.fr>

Dear Vladimir, I implemented in my simulation an electric field (thanks to geant4/examples/extended/field02/ ). I put 500 eV electrons in an uniform electric field in my sensitive detector. Is it possible to make them derive to one side of my detector? I would say yes. I tried but I didn't succeed. Electrons are accelerated but they are stopped after a distance, say few microns, with a non zero kinetic energy. Thanks in advance, Emmanuel

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