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Forum: Hits, Digitization and Pileup
Date: 10 Nov, 2004
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I'm trying to simulate Cerenkov effect. I generate gamma inside a box filled with CO2 which generate electrons and optical photons. I'd like to get severals informations about these particles. From now on, I made a volume outside my box and I detected each particle going through it but when I put it in another volume, for example in the CO2 radiator, no particle is detected. There may be a conflict between two volumes at the same place...

How can I detect what's going on at different positions in a volume? Should I make a sensitive detector? Is there sensitive surface that can be placed in existing volumes?

Thanks for any help!

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