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I need to have some sources of radioactive isotopes. For example Co60, Pu 10 years old ...
I already implemented the G4RadioactiveDecay to GenericIon in my physics list.
starting the UI with
/gun/particle ion /gun/in 27 60 0 0 /gun/energy 0 eV
does not leave the particle at the source, but the 'ions' fly without reaction through the detector.
I looked around for the command /gps/particle (GeneralParticleSource) but couldn't find.
Any hint what to do, to put somewhere a radioactive Nuclide and only detect its decay products?
Is there an example around.
Thanks a lot,
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