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> Hi everyone �I I want to use Geant4.9.4.P0 to simulate X-ray > Bremsstrahlung , but I don't know how to defin X-ray and physicsList . > Which example simulate X-ray ? Can you give me some ideas �I
An X-ray is a G4Gamma::GammaDefinition() in Geant4. Every PhysicsList will instantiate a G4Gamma for your simulation. There is no such destinction as 'gamma' and 'X-ray'. An X-ray is simply a low energy gamma. While this is true for x-rays, an optical photon is NOT simply an even lower energy gamma. A G4OpticalPhoton is a different Definition() in Geant4. Hope this clarifies the situation.