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Re: Photon energy distribution using DPM [message #13279 is a reply to message #13269] Fri, 30 March 2012 18:03 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Aida Galoyan is currently offline  Aida Galoyan
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Registered: May 2007
Location: Dubna
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From: *cern.ch
Hi Ganesh,

Looking at your figure 2 at 15 GeV we see that <E_gamma>=1.2 GeV.
In your Fig.3 <E_gamma> = 1.9 GeV. It is due to restriction on the
theta (5 - 21 deg.) According to the TDR fig., it must be so.
Why are you talking about <E_gamma>= 200 MeV?

>>>>>>>>>>>>>
If I compare both the figures then they don't look same, the photon energy distribution mean in my figure is about 1.5 GeV and in TDR fig. is about 200 MeV.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>

In TDR fig., there is no average value of <E_gamma>. I can not see
any question.

Best regards,
Aida
 
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