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Question How can I count number of primary and secondary particles that pass through a volume? 

Keywords: count particles Sensitive detector
Forum: Particles
Date: 05 Feb, 2006
From: Shahrokh <Shahrokh>

I have a question.
  
I want to get number of primary particles (from point source) and also 
secondary particles that are produced by the interaction of primary particles 
with environment and pass through a volume that is defined sensitive detector;
for example: # primary photons and # secondary photons with each energy and anywhere on sensitive detector, separately.
How can I do?

Thanks for any help. 
Regards,
Shahrokh

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