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Hello, I have to reproduce this simulation:
incoming particles : protons 100MeV, electrons 100MeV, Carbon ion 1GeV/nucleon.
target material: silicon bulk.
I want to simulate the scattering process of these particles with the crystal atoms of my target.
Is there a way to know energy, momentum and direction of the recoiled silicon atom when it is displaced from it's lattice position?
May I have some indications of the physics list that I have to introduce, or some examples in Geant4.9.0 that have a similar problem?
Thank you in advance.
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