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On Thu, 2 Oct 2014 06:16:25 -0700 Andrea <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > We just looking at the inclusive (p, alpha) cross section, but we have > the data relating to this reaction for different values of energy. So > we can compare the production yield of 11^C at different energies > with IAEA data. Because of the low energies involved, we wonder if > there is someone who has encountered similar problems, and, if so, > how to solve them. Thanks for the replay. Andrea Depending on the availability of evaluated data and the completeness of the radioactive-decay database, you might want to try your luck with the ParticleHP model. It is a new model that will be available in the upcoming Geant4 version (10.1) and that handles light-charged-particle-induced (and neutron-induced) reactions at low energy using cross sections from evaluated data files. Hope that helps, Davide
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