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Hi, The Ions are created after the beamOn command. It means there is no entry at all for ions when the DetectorConstruction has been called. (The other particles are static object so that they are available after ParticleConsturction, it is basically at the beginning of the program. ) The particle filter has an alternative method for registration of acceptable particles. It can specify particles by Atomic number Z and Mass number A. void G4SDParticleFilter::addIon(G4int Z, G4int A) ** This accepts the particle by its Z and A only. It does not check the other conditions such as charge. For exmaple, G4SDParticleFilter * F20Filter = new G4SDParticleFilter(filterName="F20Filter"); F20Filter->addIon(9,20); ** Also you can add more Ions if you need. Please try it. Best regards, Tsukasa Aso
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