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I followed most of the discussions concerning the hadronic elastic modeling for ions heavier than alpha (e.g. threads 1368, 1303, 1126, etc). However, I realized that the current default (?) class to manage nucleus-nucleus hadronic cross sections G4ComponentGGNuclNuclXsc explicitly implements methods to estimate hadronic elastic cross sections. Moreover, when testing this class during runtime it seems there is no problem accessing elastic cross sections for particles heavier than alpha (although to be honest I do not know if the results are meaningful).
Are you planning to implement hadronic elastic process for GenericIon in the near future? Or probably you have it already and I miss it. If it is the case, could you please point me in the right direction?