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Forum: Medical Applications
Date: 11 Oct, 2011
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Dear all,

I was wondering if there could be a way of extracting the current produced by the secondary particles in a medium. I need to do a simulations in which a beam of protons hits a medium (say water) and produces showers and secondaries. What I need is to get the current of say the produced electrons in different directions. Do I need to count the number of the produced electrons as a function of angle and then calculate the current from their speed or there is a genius way available in Geant4? I appreciate that if somebody could give me a hint on how to deal with such a problem.


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