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Thanks for responding. I am running just /run/beamOn 1, because otherwise it takes so much time and I would repeat the same once and once again. I have tried many ways and when I check the energy deposited and the number of particles of my spectrum, I realize is not consistent. Simply, the simulation repeat or does not take into account a set of data. That is why I decided to do it like that. It gives me the correct result but it aborts for many particles. If I understood, I thought in your suggestion before "for one event, push just the gammas from one energy bin onto the stack", but I would have to do it 30, 31, 32, up to 150 times, that is the number of energies for my spectrum. If I decide for every event, to simulate a single photon, would I have to set up beamOn to my total number of particles or my number of energies? Because for example I have to repeat a number of times the simulation for the same energy and then continue with the next one. But beamOn is giving me some problems with the simulation.
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