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Question polarized 10 MeV neutrons 

Forum: Physics List
Date: 04 Jan, 2012
From: <Santos>

I am trying to simulate polarized 10 MeV neutrons produced by a polarized gamma beam.

In my physics list, I so far mainly use pre-made physics lists: G4EmLivermorePolarizedPhysics and HadronPhysicsQGSP_BERT_HP

Also, I add some other processes to hadronic based on Hadr01 example, as well as decay.

I am still in process of building/polishing/finalizing the simulation, no red flags brought up by this choice yet, but it surely takes forever to run.

Are these lists a good choice for my energy? Is using regular polarized compton, etc instead of the livermore stuff and HadronPhysicsQGSP_BERT instead of HadronPhysicsQGSP_BERT_HP possible?

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1 Idea: Re: polarized 10 MeV neutrons   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 09 Jan, 2012)
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