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I'm trying to get ionization points in a TPC chamber as hits. To get reasonable result I need to have step lenths about a mm order or smaller than that. To make it simple I used LHEP as my physics lists and got step length of few mm's, sometimes few cm's, which is far larger than expected, for e,pi and mu of few 100s MeV to few GeV.
Is there any simple way to get the finer step length ?
Thanks in advance to all comments/advices ;-)
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