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Re: Question What is the Order in which secondaries get simulated? (Paul Hackspacher)
Date: 04 Jun, 2017
From: <Synthex>

Hello;
Just some rookie ideas to debug this:

*What does /tracking/verbose 2 says ?(you will have local and global time stamps).

*The rdecay01 example contains a «time window» macro, maybe you could set the Th232 chain (or better, a short lived isotope whose daughter has B- and check the  electron production).

*Also in rdecay, what about setting some Tc99m in a light material, without electrons from a B- decay?

*What about putting gammas in stacking action fkill to discard them and investigate.

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