From: Markus Brugger (Markus.Brugger@cern.ch)
Date: Fri Jun 15 2007 - 14:15:04 CEST
we've a bit of difficulties understanding your question. The electron
(or electrons in case you think about any negative hydrogen-like
accelerator) is stripped off already in very short distances (stripping
foils are usually very thin) and what then remains (range, activation)
is the proton.
Could you explain a bit more details with respect to what quantity you
want to calculate, for what application (energy), etc...
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> Subject: Could FLUKA calculate the range and activity of
> hydrogen atom in aluminium target?
> Hi Fluka users,
> Could FLUKA calculate the range and activity of hydrogen
> atom(the charge is zero, it isn't proton) in aluminium
> target? I didn't find hydrogen atom in 'Table 5.1: Fluka
> particle names and code numbers'.
> Thank you very much
> Yongsheng Huang
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