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Re: Question A scintillator sensitive to both neurons and gammas (Clarisse)
Re: None A scintillator sensitive to both neutrons and gammas (Paul Nicholas Colin Gloster)
Re: Question Re: A scintillator sensitive to both neutrons and gammas (Clarisse)
Date: 29 Nov, 2011
From: Steve Heaton <Steve Heaton>

G'day All

Clarisse, I was (belatedly) wondering if you managed to integrate your neutron scintillation code together?

I have a similar issue where I'd like optical photons from neutron scintillation (proton recoil). My programming skills aren't that great but I can typically cobble together example code to get what I need.

I have my geometry and get the scintillation from shooting charged particles A OK based on ExN06. Alas, not a single photon from shooting neutrons :/

While I understand the trust of Peter's response, the actual code cutting is beyond my skills at the moment.

In a nutshell if anyone has some example code showing neutron scintillation producing optical neutrons I'd be most grateful.

Cheers Steve

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