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On Tue, 26 Apr 2011 16:11:10 GMT, Baatr Bi wrote: > Hello dear gurus! sorry for my bad English. objects to simulate: > particle gun with gamma, gaseous detector with xenon (gas-xenon in > bottle and and wire mesh (she is a registrar of gamma particle gun) > around it) > > big, BIIIG problem, in Physics List: > > but experimentally i get just a peak in 662keV (it is for gamma particle > gun with this energy for Cs137) > > the mean free path on gamma 662 keV in argon gas in 28.6 meter, as you can check with TestEm0. the probability of interaction in 8 cm is rather small