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Question What kind of physics list should I choose to simulate elastic scattering? [ Li9(He,alpha)Li9 ] 

Keywords: alpha, Helium, Li9
Forum: Physics List
Date: 15 Jul, 2004
From: Exaos Lee <Exaos Lee>

I want to shout particles into the helium gas and record the recoiled alpha particles. The projectiles are heavier than helium nucleus, such as, Li9, O18, etc. What kind of physics list should I choose? BinaryCascade? In fact, I don't what does BinaryCascade mean.

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