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Question delta electron generated by muon through Silicon 

Forum: Physics List
Date: 25 Jul, 2018
From: JungEun Elena Suh <JungEun Elena Suh>

Hello,

I want to simulate delta ray production with muon go though silicon sensor. I'm using standard Em physics (G4EmStandardPhysics) and it was hard to see the delta electrons. So I found a suggestion from this thread and changed the production cut to 100nm (well I don't know if this value is good enough. Of course I'll try various values.) with setcut command. (like /run/setCut 0.1 um)

And here is my question. If I want to obtain realistic result, is it better to set this value extremely small? Like 1nm... or is there any limitation? Or is it better to set the value larger than 100nm for some reasons? I'm new to this kind of simulation, so I hope this question is not so ridiculous.

Thank you in advance!

J.E.Suh

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1 None: Re: delta electron generated by muon through Silicon   (JungEun Elena Suh - 25 Jul, 2018)
1 Idea: Re: delta electron generated by muon through Silicon   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 05 Aug, 2018)
2 None: Re: delta electron generated by muon through Silicon   (michel maire - 08 Aug, 2018)
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