Many functions in libamtrack offer the possibility to consider
mixed particle fields. These fields are composed from a finite number of
specific nuclids defined by particle.no
. All particles of an
individual component are supposed to have exactly the same energy (given by
particle.no
), without spread. Thus an energy distribution has
to be describe in discrete energy steps.
Below is a compilation of the arguments a mixed field is described by.
Depending on the function all or a subset are necessary. If arrays of length
> number.of.field.components
are entered, the additional data will be
ignored. If array hold too few data, the computation will not be executed.
number.of.field.components 
A variable describing how many components are used for the field. This also dictates the array lengths of all following variables. 
E.MeV.u 
Particle energies (array of size

particle.no 
Particle type indices (array of size

fluence.cm2.or.dose.Gy 
Fluences (if positive), or doses (if negative,
array of size 
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