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Re: Question delta electron generated by muon through Silicon (JungEun Elena Suh)
Date: 08 Aug, 2018
From: michel maire <michel maire>

On Wed, 25 Jul 2018 09:47:14 GMT, JungEun Elena Suh wrote:
> 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
> 

 TestEm18 is a kind of tutorial : its output describes the various contributions of energy lost by primary particle.
 You may start to play with it, with macro similar to the attached one.

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