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In Geant4 processes to handle interactions of different type (elastic, inelastic, energy loss,..) are attached to particles. In hadronics models are registered in processes, to allow use of different models for different energies within one process. For example there can be two models to handle hadronic elastic scattering, one better at low energies, and anothe applicable only at higher energies.
You register the two models to the same process, but the models are for different particles.
Also, the models you choose are a lot more complex to use, as these are valid for a single target material only. Please read the application developers manual carefully. These two classes are for very special use only, and are not used by any of the Geant4 provided physics lists.
I would strongly recommend to use one of the physics lists offered in the Geant4 distribution.
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