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I am not very clear that how to calculate the T(cut) value for the delta production.
In this link, http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/phys-list/632/1.html
For a proton of 30 keV, the maximum energy transferable to an e- is Tmax= 65 eV.
Minimal production threshold of standard em processes is 1 keV, and 250 eV for lowEnergy extension. How to calculate the Tmax? Get from the Geant 4 function? The minimum for em process is 1kev and 250ev for lowEnergy. This the constant value for these two models or somewhat?
Thank you very much~