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Actually, unfortunately the statistics are only closer to what I expect because they included a large number of gammas. G4beamline actually gives a lower number of electrons and positrons than I was getting even from Geant4. I believe it may have to do with the fact that my geant4 simulation consisted only of electromagnetic and mu-nuclear/electro-nuclear physics processes, so none of the energy was converted into anything else?
Also, just from your wording, I think you may have thought that I was interested only in e+/e- that travelled the full 100m sensititve region after the 1km water. This is not the case. I want to know how many e+/e- pass layers placed every meter in that 100m region, not how many e+/e- pass the full 100m volume.
In my geant4 simulation I was using G4EmStandardPhysics and then included the munuclear and electronuclear (and positronuclear) processes by hand.
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