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Re: why is total energyloss always too small? [message #15041 is a reply to message #15035] Tue, 30 July 2013 11:33 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Prometeusz Jasinski is currently offline  Prometeusz Jasinski
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Sure thing. So it is nothing obvious like momentum must not correspond to total energyloss, or so. I attached the code by my bachelor student.

As far as I remember Geant3 and Geant4 gave very similar results for protons. Electrons we did not test yet with Geant3.

How do I disable special cuts?

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