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> > > My problem is that I am not able to count the number of particles in each > > layer separatedly and without counting them more than once. Is there any > > method for doing this? > > Yes, indeed! Get the G4Touchable from the G4Step, and ask it for the > copy number. That will tell you (see above) which layer was hit. >
Thank you! But I had already done that. This way I can count the numbers of hits in each layer, but this way it would count a particle more than once. I mean, one track may have more than one step in a layer. What I would like to do is counting the number of particles, not the number of hits. Maybe you are right. Am I missing something??
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