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I am trying to simulate a scintillation detector, and I am interesting in the response from protons and neutrons.
I don't get any scintillation in the detector. When I send an electron, I get a lot of optical photons, but I have found out that is from the Cerenkov process. When I send a proton through my detector I get no scintillation. (The protons may deflect or other particles may be emitted, but no optical photons.)
I have done this in my physics list:
And here is my materials properties table, from DetectorConstruction:
I have also tried with a constant scintillation yield.
Any suggestions are welcome!
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