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I have a question about the processes to be used to simulate ionization induced by Tau-(+) particles. I use the Geant4 version 9.1, but this process implementation should be valid also for the 9.2 version.
In the following, very useful, user-support page about processes to be applied to Tau-:
there are two possible ionization processes:
However the G4hIonisation process, as reported in
can be applied only to charged hadrons. I suppose there is some kind of typo, but I don't understand if the G4hIonisation can actually be applied to Tau- and Tau+ particles. If not, which is the standard ionization process for these particles?
Thanks a lot for any reply! Valentina
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