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I have the process name for the particles in my simulation being written to an output file. In the output file I have a column showing whether the event was a Compton, annihilation, etc. I am modeling a simple compton camera using LaBr3 scintillators. Is there a way to identify by process name, which electrons come from which collection of a Compton event?
In other words: lets call event 1 the electron that is excited when the gamma compton scatters. Lets call event 2 when the scattered gamma deposits into the second detector. Is there a way to differentiate between the electrons in event 1 from event 2?
Thank you for the help!
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