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I've been using the PAI Model to simulate a 400 GeV proton going through a cell containing very low density Rubidium gas (1x 10^-7 g/cm3).
The link to the PAI model is here http://geant4.cern.ch/G4UsersDocuments/UsersGuides/PhysicsReferenceManual/html/node38.html
The reason for using PAI is that I want to be able to calculate the secondary clusters generated by ionization of Rubidium atoms by the proton.
I would like to know if it would be possible to track the low energy electrons present in the secondary clusters, so that I could have a direct visualization of their distribution. I have the following range cuts.
Range cuts : gamma 1.5 mm e- 1.5 mm e+ 1.5 mm proton 1.5 mm Energy thresholds : gamma 100 eV e- 841.735 eV e+ 833.506 eV proton 150 keV Region(s) which use this couple : GasDetector
I also included the output of my simulation for reference.
I am currently thinking about using the Penelope model for the low energy physics.
Corrections & suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Max-Planck-Institute for Physics - Munich, Germany
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