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Date: 12 Jul, 2012
From: Andrew Brown <Andrew Brown>

Hi Michel,

Thanks for testing this. I will try this as you say. My only concern is that this method could cause other errors in my case of on interest (liquid xenon detectors), as this would kill off X-ray production. If X-rays are produced then they can be as high as O(100) keV from decays of heavier isotopes. These X-rays are a little penetrating (few mm in liquid Xe), and could possibly be recognised as occurring at a separate position to the decay position. This would effectively cause a double-scatter signal, which could in practice be cut by a real detector.

I think this would definitely be an improvement, but I still hope to find a way to reproduce the real physical processes and energy deposition.

Andrew

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