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Re: None How to get the cross section for a reaction (Jeyasingam Jeyasugiththan)
Re: Idea Re: How to get the cross section for a reaction (Andrea Dotti)
Date: 24 Oct, 2012
From: Jeyasingam Jeyasugiththan <Jeyasingam Jeyasugiththan>

Dear Andrea,

Many Thanks for your quick response and those details. actually I do not have Hadr03 located in examples/extended/hadronic/. Did you mean example Hadr00? some details for XS are available there but it is for total Inelastic and elastic XS per atom using G4HadronicProcessStore class but not for particular reaction channel or mean free path. Please could you give me any information how I can get Hadr03.

Thanks with kind regards Sugi

On Wed, 24 Oct 2012 11:48:05 GMT, Andrea Dotti wrote:

> Hello,
> you may consider taking a look at example Hadr03 located in:
> examples/extended/hadronic/
> From the README file:
> "How to compute total cross section from the direct evaluation of the 
>    mean free path ( see below, item Physics).
>    How to identify nuclear reactions.
>    How to plot energy spectrum of secondary particles.  "
> 
> Regards, Andrea
> 

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