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I want to count nuber of (n,p) processes generated in a run for a He-3 Tube enwraped by Polyethylene. How can I realize? I have read tips at http://geant4.slac.stanford.edu/Tips/. According to that I can count that by counting proton generated in simulation. But bring a new question because H element in poly after elastic scattering with neutron is counted as proton. And so I got a wrong result. How to avoid this?
Is there some method to count (n,p) processes generated directly?
Thanks for you concerns.
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