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Re: None Low-energy nuclei in gas (Adam Anderson)
Re: Idea Re: Low-energy nuclei in gas (Vladimir Ivanchenko)
Date: 13 Feb, 2013
From: Adam Anderson <Adam Anderson>


When I look at the tracking of the triton, the main interaction process is indeed ionization. I show a few representative tracking histories in an attached text file. The tracking appears to always place the first step of the triton at the same distance (0.193mm) from the location where the triton is injected. Is this the result of some kind of tracking cut in geant4? I must confess that I'm not particularly familiar with tracking cuts in geant4. If this could be a cut effect, is it straightforward to change the cuts?

I am using geant4.9.5.p01, which I neglected to mention in my first message.

--Adam Anderson


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