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No it isn't
Tatsi,oOn Tue, 14 Dec 2010 15:26:00 GMT, HadronTherapy_Aachen wrote:
> Hey all, > We are shooting C12 ions on a PE target and I was thinking about adding > elastic processes to the physics list via > > G4HadronElasticProcess* elProc = new G4HadronElasticProcess(); > G4LElastic* elMod = new G4LElastic(); > elProc->RegisterMe(elMod); > pManager->AddDiscreteProcess(elProc); > > But there is no elastic scattering of our ions, so my question is: Is > the hadron elastic model valid or applicable to ions as heavy as C12? > Thanks in advance. > > Jan
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