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I am writing a program where I need to have information about the photons that are generated in a target when an electron beam hits it.
I have kept the scorer around the target. But I am concluding that the photon count that I am getting through the scorer
is not the same as the number of photons that had actually been generated through (e, gamma) reaction
Since some of them might as well be getting absorbed inside the target itself.
Is there any simple method to track the primary photons that had initially generated through (e, gamma) reaction.
Any example which I can refer? Suggestions needed. Thank you!