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I have a question concerning the scoring of secondary particles. When using the PrimitiveScorer-Classes one has too define in which volume the scorer has to score. Beside other Scorers I'm using the "G4PSNofSecondary". Lets assume that I have two G4Orbs in each other (mother and daughter)and I'm scoring the secondaries (protons for instance) which are generated in the daughter volume. Going on with our thinking it is also possible that in the mother volume secondary protons are generated which could be transported into the daughter volume. Depending on the DetectorConstruction those could be only a few but also quite many.
My question is: Does the scorer in the daughter volume count the secondary protons which were generated in the mother volume but then transported into the daughter?
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