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Question Which physicslist for low-energy electron (0.2-20) keV tracking in a magnetic field? 

Forum: Fields: Magnetic and Otherwise
Date: 02 Sep, 2015
From: Marco <Marco>

Hello,

i want to simulate low-energy electrons (0.2-20) keV in a uniform magnetic field of about 1.5 T impinging on a gold target and produce X-rays. According to http://geant4.cern.ch/collaboration/working_groups/electromagnetic/physlist10.1.shtml Penelope and Livermore physics are not for electron tracking in magnetic fields. Is it not working at all or does the accuracy suffer? Or do i misunderstand and it concerns only Ion tracking in a magnetic field? Which physics list would you recommend?

Greetings Marco

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1 Idea: Re: Which physicslist for low-energy electron (0.2-20) keV tracking in a magnetic field?   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 02 Sep, 2015)
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