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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...