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Hello everyone! I am trying to simulate decay of isotopes. I would like to learn how to force a long lived radioactive nucleus to decay immediately without affecting the branching ratios because with what I do the branching ratios don't hold. For example, I don't see an alpha peak at the Q-value. What I have done so far was to read User's Guide for Application Developers §188.8.131.52.3 and Physics Reference Manual §44.6 . What I added to my simulation are the two lines below:
beam.data : 0 1 1. 0
bias.data : 1000 50 1010 0 3000 50 3010 0
I am waiting to hear your ideas and, hopefully, solutions about this problem. Cheers
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