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I am preparing a introduction for Geant4. To compare it with some other simulation tools, such as MCNP, I want to know the energy range for each particle of G4, but I cannot get a overall description about it in G4's documents. In the NIM paper I can only found some pieceful information such as photon and electron can be simulated to 250eV and muon can reach PeV. Could anybody know how to get the official result for G4?
Thanks, He Dao
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