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Is it possible to simulate the interaction of a proton beam with an optical photon beam? i would like to study polarimetry measurements of a proton beam. to do so i need to simulate the scattering of optical photons (polarized and unpolarized) from a proton beam (polarized and unpolarized).|
possible ideas for such simulations:
1) define 2 separate source particles (optical photons and protons) and set the direction of the beams to intersect.
2) define a cylinder filled with "hydrogen ions" as our proton source and then shoot optical photons at it.
Are either of these options possible, or is there a better way to so this???
Any help or ideas would be appreciated.