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Few comments to previous discussion:
1) Unfortunately, it is user responsibility to define consistently density, temperature and pressure; I would agree that this is not a good service, however, this allowing to have non-ideal gas.
2) If you need correct hadronic physics you should describe target starting from isotope, any description via effective material may work only by chance.
3) Further discussion may better to continue in the hadronic physics forum, because main problem is not in the target definition but likely in absence of corresponding cross sections and secondary generators. I would think that with 9.4beta the BinaryLightIon cascade is capable to simulate d+d reaction but nobody yet try this out, also one need to check if cross section is non-zero.