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On Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:36:29 GMT, Andrea Conti wrote:
> G4RadioactiveDecay has the method AtRestDoIt. Why must an unstable ion > decay at rest ? What is the relevance of being at rest for the > radioactive decay to take place ?
G4RadioactiveDecay is a subclass of G4VRestDiscreteProcess, which means that it is applicable to _both_ moving and stopped atoms. Such a process must provide both PostStepDoIt and AtRestDoIt.
-- Michael Kelsey