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On Fri, 07 May 2010 14:36:39 GMT, Hao Yang wrote:
> That's because I also wanna track the characteristic K X-ray of the > detector material, normally about several teens keV. I want it to be > preciser. If there is no alternative low energy package for positron, I > can definitely use the standard EM. Thanks for your timely help! > > ~Hao >
In many examples/extended/electromagnetic you will find lowe physics lists in which we use std ionisation for positron only.
you can also do the reverse : use a std physics list in which you replace photoElectric effect by lowe model