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On Sat, 28 Jun 2008 12:00:53 GMT, wangym wrote:
> hi,I simulate proton to hit Silicon target. my proton ennergy is 30MeV. > my model is Precompound model. How do I know p+28Si=24Mg+4He+p Cross > Section. > > thanks >
Hello. No, you cannot. Preequilibrium emission is a typical sequential process. What you are asking for is an exclusive cross section. What is possible to extract "easily" by means of a suitable .cc main code are the inclusive cross sections, i.e.: alpha or neutron production in your case. Exclusive cross section calculation would require non trivial modifications of Preequilibrium & Deexcitation classes.