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On Mon, 30 Nov 2015 08:27:13 GMT, elnaz yazd wrote:
> Dear Sir/Madam > > I am simulating low energy gamma interaction (for example 100 keV) with > a water phantom. As you know the secondary electrons can be produced by > photoelectric or compton processes and these secondary electrons can > also generate other electrons by ionization. I want to seperate the dose > coresponding to compton process and photoelectic process from each > other. Now, how can I categorize the energy deposition of succesive > secondary electrons according first compton or photoelectric > interactions. > > With Best Regards, Yazdan >
1- you can prevent any e- production from ionisation by setting a big cut (1 km). 2- For the rest, it is not clear what you want to do : separate dose in photoelect in compton from each step, or only according the nature of the first interaction of the primary gamma (beam) ?
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