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Date: 04 Feb, 2008
From: G.A.P.Cirrone <G.A.P.Cirrone>

Dear user,

your comment is correct. SOBP are acquired along a tiny tube (that can represent an ionisation chamber).

In the Hadronherapy example you can change the volume (inside the Detector Construction and Matrix classes) over which energy is collected so to reach better conditions for a dosimetric point of view.

All the Best, pablo Cirrone (for the Catania Geant4 group)

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