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Re: None Material Definitions (Christopher Cotter)
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Re: None Re: Material Definitions (Christopher Cotter)
Re: None Re: Material Definitions (Christopher Cotter)
Date: 08 Mar, 2016
From: michel maire <michel maire>

On Mon, 07 Mar 2016 19:23:29 GMT, Christopher Cotter wrote:
> To better illustrate the issue, I've generated a quick plot.
> 
> The 'control' material is just water, after which the isotope varies in
> concentration in water from 1ppm to 'pure.'
> 
> I would not expect the dropoff I'm getting from the control to 1ppm,
> since it is the vast majority water itself. The production levels then
> remain suspiciously constant across my varying concentrations, which
> makes me think there's something wrong in my definition of the
> materials. The levels for both alpha production and radioactive decay
> then spike at the 'pure' material more like what I would expect.
> 
> Are there any nuances to material definition that I may be overlooking
> to get such a result?
> 

  It would help if you explain what you do : gun ? energy ? size of absorber ? physics list ? what you look at ? 

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