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Re: Question More than two decay times (Paola Ferrario)
Date: 14 Oct, 2015
From: Gumplinger Peter <Gumplinger Peter>

Hi Paola,

> Hi! I was wondering if it is possible to set three decay constants in
> the scintillation process. As far as I have seen, there's the
> SLOWTIMECONSTANT and the FASTTIMECONSTANT, and only one yield ratio
> between them.


> I am trying to simulate the effect of recombination in
> liquid xenon using a third slower time constant, with respect to the
> fast (2.2 ns) and the slow (~27 ns), but maybe there's a clever way to
> do that.

One would have to extend the G4Scintillation class to three (or even more) decay constants. Perhaps, other users of liquid xenon scintillation have already solved your issue(?)


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