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Question Inelastic scattering for high energy ions  

Forum: Hadronic Processes
Date: 22 Feb, 2009
From: Oscar Larsson <Oscar Larsson>


I am trying to build a simulations model so that I can measure the energy loss of high energy generic ions (>50 GeV/n) in a silicon based detector.

After looking here on the forum page I have been looking at the physics list in example "Hadr01". I feel I can say I have a basic understanding of the code. But I can't seem to understand how I am supposed to include the inelastic processes for generic ions at energies above 10 GeV/n.

So I would be very happy if someone could help me or point me in the right direction where I can find info about how to do this.

Tanks in advanced! And if this was supposed to have been posted in the "Physics List" section of the forum, I'm sorry...

Cheers Oscar

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