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Yes, this is exactly what I'm trying to understand from my post. It just seems to me that by adding voxels to score dose (based on example RE02, and for my purpose, the voxels are small, um range), the steps are limited due to the geometrical step length. As a result, the tracks are different compared to the case when steps are limited by scattering when the voxels are not present. For instance, I see more secondary particles when the voxels are not present.
Can you, or anyone, elaborate more on this?
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