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I am working on a GEANT simulation to determine the optimal location for sources for in-situ calibration and other detector studies for my experiment.
I have spent the better part of the day trying to figure out what ARM (as in SetARM or ApplyArm) is. From comments in other people's code, it looks like it is atomic rearrangement. From what little I have found online, I am wondering if this is related to X-rays emitted by shell electrons dropping to s1 states after nuclear affects have caused said s1 states to become vacant. However, I cannot find anything explicit and have learned that assuming I know what is happening when I'm not sure is usually a good way to get into trouble. Given that one of the major benefits of simulation is that we should know exactly what is happening, I would like to know what exactly I am toggling with ARM.
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