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thank your for your answer.
But i am assuming right now, that i am not correctly extracting the energy of the neutron at the point of interaction.
As i mentioned before, the verbose output tells me, that the kinetic energy at the process step NeutronInelastic is 0 MeV.
But if i sum the initial energy of the resulting proton and triton, i get the sum of the kinetic energy at the previous step plus the q-value of the reaction.
Is there a easier way to extract directly the energy at the interaction step?
As far as i understand it right now, the kinetic energy the neutron has at the step before the interaction is the energy for the reaction.
But i could not find a simple method to extract it, neither in G4Track or G4Step.
Do you have a simple solution for this?
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