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Question Which physics list to use for 0-200 MeV protons and 0-50 MeV electrons? 

Forum: Physics List
Date: 28 Aug, 2011
From: Athreya Shankar <Athreya Shankar>

Hello,

I'm interested in studying the interaction of protons of 0-200 MeV and electrons of 0-50 MeV energies with my detector. I would like to know which physics list is best suited for my purpose.

I also attach the physics list that i am currently using.

Please advise me as to whether the one I am using is suitable, or whether I should select a different physics list.

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      http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2011/08/28/07.33-87161-5980-ExN02PhysicsList.txt

Thanks in advance, Athreya

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1 Idea: Re: Which physics list to use for 0-200 MeV protons and 0-50 MeV electrons?   (Tom Roberts - 28 Aug, 2011)
2 Idea: Re: Which physics list to use for 0-200 MeV protons and 0-50 MeV electrons?   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 28 Aug, 2011)
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