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Re: Question doubt about the gps/ion ... (Manju Sudhakar)
Date: 05 Jan, 2005
From: Fan Lei <Fan Lei>

Hi Manju,

The command /gps/energy is used to specify the kinetic energy of the projectile, i.e. the isotope Cs137 in your case. In most cases the radioactive isotopes are stationary, hence so one should specify

   /gps/energy 0. MeV

The knetic energies of the decay products, e.g. the 661 keV gamma from Cs137, are determined by the G4RadioactiveDecay process.

Fan

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1 Question: /gps/energy 0 eV does not result in a stationary ion   (Karen Saucke - 07 Apr, 2005)
(_ None: Re: /gps/energy 0 eV does not result in a stationary ion   (Vladimir IVANTCHENKO - 07 Apr, 2005)
(_ None: Re: /gps/energy 0 eV does not result in a stationary ion   (Karen Saucke - 07 Apr, 2005)
(_ None: Re: /gps/energy 0 eV does not result in a stationary ion   (Vladimir IVANTCHENKO - 07 Apr, 2005)
(_ None: Re: /gps/energy 0 eV does not result in a stationary ion   (Karen Saucke - 08 Apr, 2005)
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