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On Tue, 11 Aug 2015 16:40:49 GMT, Yu Mizushiro wrote:
> Hi everyone, I have a question about origins of secondary electrons in > low energy process. > > Target is a gold foil and beam is 17keV gamma-ray. I would like to know > the origins of each electrons, specifically photoelectrical effect or > Auger process to support the experimental results. > > Do you have the way to know the origins of electrons?
G4VProcess* G4Track::GetCreatorProcess(). This returns a pointer to the process which created the electrons. Then you can call G4VProcess::GetProcessName() to see where the electron originated.
-- Michael Kelsey