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I have a cubic water chamber inside a cubic world volume.I have introduced randomly generated muon momentum & angular distribution.Right now I launch these muons at (0,0,-Z).At this point only particles enter into my water chamber in one side of it.I need to send particles randonly starting from each position of the surfaces of the world volume so that they enter the chamber in each side of the chamber.Also right now I use "run/beamOn x" to launch particles. This send only one particle per event. I need to generate one particle per one squaremeter of world volume per minute.Can I do this using a macro? Can any expert help me to do this.I really need this to be done very soon. Any advise on this is greately appreciated. Thank you in advance. Pushpa
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