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Keywords: rayleigh
Forum: Physics List
Re: Idea Coherent Diffusion of gamma in physics list (Alain Ferragut)
Date: 02 Jul, 2003
From: Wellisch, J.P. <Wellisch, J.P.>

Hi Alan,

true, rayleigh scattering is at present not included in the electromagnetic parts of the hadronic physics lists. To be honest, I do not know of a usecase involving hadrons, where it would be important. It comes in below say 1keV, and above is overwhelmed by photo-effect. The 'typical' smallest hadronic energy scale for gammas created is .5-10MeV.

It can be added, but extra data-files will be needed by the simulation. For which area of use would you add it?

Many greetings,

Hans-Peter.

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1 None: Re: Coherent Diffusion of gamma in physics list   (Alain FERRAGUT - 03 Jul, 2003)
1 None: Re: Coherent Diffusion of gamma in physics list   (michel maire - 09 Jul, 2003)
2 Disagree: Re: Coherent Diffusion of gamma in physics list   (Wellisch, J.P. - 21 Aug, 2003)
1 None: Re: Coherent Diffusion of gamma in physics list   (Alain FERRAGUT - 25 Aug, 2003)
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