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In the Hadron and Ion Ionisation section of the Low Energy Extensions chapter of the manual, a very important article of Molière is cited for the nuclear stopping power model implemented in Geant4. The reference given in the manual follows:
 G. Moliere, Theorie der Streuung schneller geladener Teilchen I; Einzelstreuungam abbgeschirmten Coulomb-Feld, Z. f. Naturforsch, A2 (1947) 133.
I've managed to get a hardcopy of this article, but unfortunately it is in Danish, wich makes it almost impossible to read. Can anyone please forward me an English version of the article, if it in fact does exist?! I can post my postal address if necessary and pay for the copy and ports. Here is the reference of the paper in English:
 G. Molière. Theory of Scattering of Fast Charged Particles. I. Single Scattering in a Screened Coulomb Field. Z. Naturforschung, A2:133, 1947.
Thank you very much, Ricardo Pinho, LIP-Coimbra, Portugal, firstname.lastname@example.org
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