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Re: Idea Re: hadronic elastic process' energy lost (Vladimir Ivanchenko)
Date: 23 Sep, 2010
From: Simone <Simone>

I thought that 3.88 is not referred to hLowEIoni process but to the HadronElastic process. In fact if you do the difference between the kinE in step 2 and 3 is near 3.88 MeV (correct me if i am wrong about this, because it's a really important topic)

anyway what I was wondering is why there is a "dE" associated to the HadronElastic process (whatever the numeric value is), since energy should be transfered from proton to Al27 nucleus and no secondary is created ("dE" isn't the energy loss associated to secondaries with energy under the cut value?)

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1 Idea: Re: hadronic elastic process' energy lost   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 28 Sep, 2010)
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