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Forum: Particles
Re: None carbon interaction with the matter (habib)
Date: 23 Apr, 2006
From: Vladimir IVANTCHENKO <>

On Mon, 3 Apr 2006, habib wrote:

> *** Discussion title: Particles
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> hi everybody, my simulation consists of sending neutrons at different
> energies to
> interact with a scintillator in order to find the efficiency of that
> one.
> the problem is when i visualize my simulation i always see that the
> interaction
> between neutrons and the scintillaor giving birth to protons and carbon
> 12
> and that s normal because the scintillator is C10 H13,but the protons
> generated by the reaction of neutrons and hydrogen interact with the
> matter in the scintillator and are stopped(there is energy deposit).
> if the neutron interact with a carbon, the carbon never interact with
> the matter and is always emitted from the scintillator(wihtout any
> energy
> deposit).
> what should i add to my physic list or anywhere to make possible the
> interaction of the carbon in the matter and to ensure the energy deposit
> ??
> i tried to add the process of the GenericIon considering that the C 12
> is an ion but it still didn t work.

Please, try to use Binary Ion reaction, example in



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