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Question low energy ions range in gases 

Keywords: ions low energy range
Forum: Particles
Date: 23 Nov, 2006
From: Alfredo Tomás <>

Hello, people

I'm launching ions in a gas target by the UI command:

/ion 18 40 0

I understand that means neutral Ar atom and

/ion 18 40 1

would means Ar+. Am I OK?

The ions has been added the proces hLowEnergyIonization and the range of energies I'm interested in is about 100 keV.

I observe the ions to show great changes in their direction even after the first hit (always produced by hLowEnergyIonization, and cut ~1um) and that is unexpected to me. Beacause it's a very diferent result of which we had when working with SRIM code.

Thanks in advance.

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