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I am simulating a calorimeter which is made of 10 layers of Glass(300 um)/ArCO2(ArCO2) like Novice/Example 3. I am sending a 511 keV photon beam in my calorimeter and i would like to distinguish the secondary electrons produced (e.g. one e- is produced in the 2nd slice of glass, exit in the 2nd slice of gas and finally died in the 3rd slice of glass..etc) As you can imagine there are several possibilities, basically i would like to be able to tag each electron that is able to exit its vertex' glass slice to be able to "see" each crossing volume and the volume where its stops. With that i would be able to tell in each gas region for the total deposited energy, which effect has the biggest contribution. For the moment i am stuck and i tried several thing but they do not work properly, and the "goodForTracking" seems to return always true. So if someone has an idea, it would be very helpful. Thanks,
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