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first of all you choose not the best forum for this discussion. The question is for the emprocess forum, where the answer may come faster.
Secondly, your case is not a simple one because ions have too small energy. For Geant4 10.2 this may be a problem. If you can switch to Geant4 10.3 or recent 10.4 then we may propose set of options allowing to simulate detailed transport of low energy ions.
The only advice for 10.2 would be to set cut in range for protons to zero and to use Opt3 EM physics (EMY) or Opt4 EM physics (EMZ).
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