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Dear Geanteurs, We scatter protons on carbon, and see a few features that we are not sure we understand... If a primary proton excites the nucleus during an inelastic scattering and continues on its way, what happens to it? We suspect it gets classified as a secondary proton, is it so? If yes, then how can we distinguish between the primary initiating the interaction and any secondary protons emitted from the nucleus? For that matter, what happens to a primary undergoing a quasi-elastic scattering? We guess that the secondary products of quasi-elastics appear as products of inelastics. Is it so? And if yes, how can we distinguish between those coming from each case? Thanks in advance for your help
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