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On Fri, 03 Jun 2011 09:55:01 GMT, HadronTherapy_Aachen wrote:
> in our detector setup, we shoot approx. 2 GeV C12 ions on a PE target. > 0.7 meter behind this target, we detect particles in plastic > scintillators via dE/dx and TOF measurement. I find it quite confusing > to detect particle isotopes like H5[0.0] or C8[0.0], which have life > times of 1e-22 s / 2.0e-06 fs. Is there anything I did forget or > misunderstand? These particles should decay closely behind the target.
By "detect," I guess you mean that you see those isotopes in the track list? I suspect you'll find that they are being produced in your plastic scintillator itself, not in the target.
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