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Thank you Mark
indeed, I want to bias the final states p+C producing pi+, mu+ and e+. I just trying to produce this reaction to simulate a proton beam over a carbon target in order to produce a NTuple in a certain area (phase space) with a sensitive detector or a scorer (this is the next step in the program).
With such output, I'll use as an input in G4beamline. In other words, I use Geant4 for the target selecting a space phase region after the p+C reaction and then plug in G4beamline.
I guess that with your comment and warning I could continue. The other step is brute force and forgetting about biasing and run a huge number of events (>10^6) and collect the desired particles in the region I want. But it is a nice exercise and saving time.
Thank you again, but please, if somebody else have another comment (as Stefan wrote me) I really appreciate
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