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> Unfortunately, I'm not a chemist, and they're the ones who invented elements > ;->
(Don't tell anyone, but once in my life I was a chemist...)
> I can guarantee that if N=A/(g/mol) is what's in the code, then any > G4 code that _uses_ G4Element::GetN() will be expecting that value,
Perfect, question answered then!
> changing it would break much more than it "fixed" :-)
Yes, absolutely. I don't even want to imagine the horribly hard to detect bugs that would pop up when atomic weights change by a tiny fraction...
Thanks a lot for your clarifications and the discussion :-)