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i want to simulate the process of the rutherford scattering for alpha particle. but i found that the cross section is too small that no scattering alpha was emitted after a run 100,0000 times. the target is a kind of soil which is composed of oxides. the elements include oxygen,aluminum,magnesium,titanium,etc. the energy of the primary alpha particle is 5MeV. So, what can i do if i want to get a spectrum of scattering alpha? Thanks in advanced!
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