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Hello Michel and Tsukasa,
thank you very much for your replies! The TestEm5 example has pretty much everything I need. Excellent!
The simulation setup as I described it is supposed to be only the first step. Tsukasas suggestion would be fine for that.
In the next step I would like to simulate the response of a gas filled ionization chamber to the gamma that enter it. Clearly, I would not want to track the generated electrons. But what property that I can extract from the simulation would give me an estimate for the response of this type of detector? Is it the "energy deposit in the absorber" or a there properties that would give a better description?
Thanks again! Peter
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