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I am interested on counting the number of secondary particles produced in my sensitive detectors which are contiguous slices in a cylinder. In my sensitive detector class I score the total energy deposit in each slice, as well as the energy deposited by the secondaries also in each slice. I firstly was thinking about account for the number of steps in which I get these values of the deposited energy from the secondaries, but I know this is not really the number of particles because a same particle could contribute to the energy deposited in different steps.
Please, can you help me to find the way for counting the number of produced secondary particles in each slice?
I would appreciate any help or suggestion. Thank you in advance. Best regards,
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