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Hi, I think the following example code will be helpful for your purpose. examples/extended/runAndEvent/RE02/src/RE02DetectorConstruction.cc 1) Since the primitive scorers are designed to store a physics quantity in each cell. If you want to get the energy distribution of secondary, you have to create scorers for each energy interval. 2) In order to count the number of secondary electrons, I think you can use G4PSNofSecondary with the G4SDParticleWithEnergyFilter. Here, G4PSNofSecondary ensures that the track have been created in the volume, and G4SDParticleWithEnergyFilter is used for ensuring the track is an electron and its kinetic energy is within the given interval. (Note) the G4PSNofSeconray identifies only the particle has been created in the volume, and it does not identify the parent particle. It means, if a energetic secondary electron also creates secondary electrons, those electrons are also counted. Best regards, T.Aso