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Hello geant4 experts,
I have coded a simulation where 45 MeV proton is shot directly into a silicon box with depth of 10 nm. The goal of the simulation is to identify number of cases that deposits more than 0.08 MeV energy which is very low number for high number of protons.
My question is how can I find exactly what process/particle have created such events where more than 0.08 MeV energy was deposited. For example, in the case of proton+Si->Secondary particle which deposits 0.08 MeV, I would like to know what the secondary particle was and from what reaction.
Thank you for your help in advance.
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