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Question How can I record the impact point in a calorimeter? 

Forum: Event and Track Management
Date: 18 Jul, 2010
From: stefania stucci <stefania stucci>

Hello to everyone, I have a detector made of three sampling calorimeter ( Lead-Sci ). In front of this detector there's a plain of Cu simulating the beam pipe ( BESIII ). My photons pass trough the copper-plain before enter in the calorimeter of course and in the most of the cases, interact. So i need to know the distribution of the impact point in the first sampling calorimeter. Somebody can help me? should I make sensitive the volume between the copper plain and calorimeter? Has somebody a code to refer?

Thanks in advance

stefania stucci

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1 Feedback: Re: How can I record the impact point in a calorimeter?   (Gumplinger Peter - 19 Jul, 2010)
(_ Question: Re: How can I record the impact point in a calorimeter?   (stefania stucci - 19 Jul, 2010)
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(_ Feedback: Re: How can I record the impact point in a calorimeter?   (Gumplinger Peter - 19 Jul, 2010)
(_ Ok: Re: How can I record the impact point in a calorimeter?   (stefania stucci - 19 Jul, 2010)
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