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We are simulating background processes for a gas chamber. For us the neutron background is very important, but the default interaction rate is too low. We have to spend a lot of cpu resources to see the effects visibly. Would there be a way to boost the neutron interaction rate artificially?
And there is another question. Would it be possible to use one physics list for a certain set of particles and another physics list for the rest of the particles? We may care about the cross section for the former set, but not for the other. For example, the former set could be the interaction between nucleus and gas, while the second set is the other interactions.
Thanks in advance, Doris
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