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Re: Idea Re: Low-energy nuclei in gas (Vladimir Ivanchenko)
Date: 14 Feb, 2013
From: Adam Anderson <Adam Anderson>

Following your advice and the advice of a colleague to look at the physics lists in TestEM7, I was able to resolve the problem. By grafting the TestEM7 physics code onto my application and using the 'standardNR' physics, the penetration depth of SRIM and geant4 now agree to within 3% for the 191keV triton. The straggle of the triton is quite a bit larger in geant4 than SRIM (about 600um instead of 274um), but this may be good enough for my purposes.

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