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Re: why is total energyloss always too small? [message #15043 is a reply to message #15042] Tue, 30 July 2013 13:48 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Prometeusz Jasinski is currently offline  Prometeusz Jasinski
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From: *kph.uni-mainz.de
Ok, found my own thought mistake:

m**2 = E**2 - p**2

=> Edep = E - E_mass_at_rest = sqrt(m**2+p**2)-m

with all the c's missing, so inserting masses and energies in MeV directly.

Gives the missing value in Edep. Nether thought about this before.

Thanks for your time

[Updated on: Tue, 30 July 2013 13:50]

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