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My question is if is possible to simulate the line emission for cause of de-excitation the some material that was irradiate with, for instance, protons. During and after the irradiation, the material became radioactive and after certain time, the material decay emits some photons at some energy value, depending on the material. Is it possible to simulate??
On Sat, 24 Jul 2010 16:30:34 GMT, michel maire wrote:
> In Geant4, Physics processes take into account interaction time, when relevant. > Especially true for radioactive decay. > > Users can control time with functions like G4Track::GetGlobalTime()... > > Cheers, Michel >