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Actually, I already did.
The processes which I activated are, following my code:
// Activate Livermore/Penelope processes UImanager->ApplyCommand("/gras/physics/addPhysics em_livermore"); //UImanager->ApplyCommand("/gras/physics/addPhysics em_penelope");
// Setting production edges UImanager->ApplyCommand("/cuts/setLowEdge 250 eV"); //UImanager->ApplyCommand("/gras/physics/productionCutsLowestEnergy 10 eV");
UImanager->ApplyCommand("/process/em/fluo true"); UImanager->ApplyCommand("/process/em/auger true"); UImanager->ApplyCommand("/process/em/pixe true");
//UImanager->ApplyCommand("/gras/physics/setCuts 0.1 um"); //UImanager->ApplyCommand("/gras/physics/setGCut 1 nm"); //UImanager->ApplyCommand("/gras/physics/setECut 1 nm"); UImanager->ApplyCommand("/run/setCut 0.01 um");
// initialize G4 kernel runManager->Initialize();
Commenting on or off the fluorescence, auger and pixe processes give the same number of secondary gamma.
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