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In the example extended/radioactivedecay/rdecay02 you will find different macros illustrating different use cases of the radioactive decay module in Geant4. For example the file macros/u238.mac illustrate how to simulate the decay of Uranium 238. I would suggest that you start form this macro and adapt it to your need. To change it for your radioactive ion you have to adapt the command /gps/ion 92 238 0 0
to your isotope for example /gps/ion 27 60 0 0 for Co60
The basic idea in this example is that radioactive ions are generated at rest and the first process that occurs is the decay of this ion. For more info on the examples look at the README files and the url http://reat.space.qinetiq.com/septimess/exrdm
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