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I simulate 95 MeV neutrons inside a lead target and I want to look at elastic and inelastic scattering. For each hit, I recover the process name by the line in MyDetectorSD:
G4String process= aStep->GetPreStepPoint()->GetProcessDefinedStep()->GetProcessName();
and put it in my Hit Collection. It works well EXCEPT for inelastic scattering. In some cases, "inelastic" happens in one step (I can see it in the verbose output) but I do not see any consistent corresponding Hit : the process for the apparently corresponding hit is given as "Transportation".
What is wrong?
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