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What is the default processing order of main particles generated by the primary generator and all its produced secondary particles? I am more interested in neutrons, where they seem to generate lots of secondary particles. I believe I read somewhere that in each vertex when new (secondary) particles are produced, they will get tracked first before continuing back to the original particle (I guess the so called parent particle)?
Also, what is the best way to check how a particle gets killed? For example, for neutrons, the particle could be killed by leaving the universe, or by going inelastic interaction, or by energy/time cut off thresholds or by thermal capture. Could I used the EndOfTracking action, so I suspect? Other ideas?
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