We present interaction probability data of low-energy secondary electrons and positrons produced due to the proton impact. The probability distribution functions serve as input data for the Low Energy Particle Track Simulation (LEPTS) approach which allows one to include the effect of low-energy species in medical applications of radiation and in ion-beam cancer therapy, in particular.
Blanco, F., Munoz, A., Almeida, D. T., Da Silva, F., Limao-Vieira, P., Verkhovtsev, A., Ellis-Gibbings, L., Krupa, K., Traore, A., GarcIa, G. et al (2015). Modeling secondary particle tracks generated by high-energy protons in water. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1-1.