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Date: 24 Nov, 2015
From: <jeonyboy@gmail.com>

I see, thanks for your explanation!

If I may trouble you a little big longer; I have a question about non-nuclear reaction event for proton ionization. It seems that even without any nuclear reaction, the ionization and total energy deposited is different for every simulation run.

I believe this is due to elastic (bending of direction of initial particle, in this case proton) scattering. However, when I look at the graphics using Heprapp, the proton particle beam is in a straight line without any bending whatsoever.

I am curious if this is due to maybe lack of physics setting in Hadr06 example or inability of the graphic program to show such elastic scattering?

Thank you for your responses. You are a huge help.

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