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I have a question about the result which you gave in your answer. In the output of example Hadr03, we can see that we can get the 'protonInelastic cross section' from 'G4HadronicProcessStore'. My question is how can I get the cross section of specific nuclear reactions, such as the reaction: proton + B11 --> N gamma + neutron + C11? I mean we can get the total cross section of the reaction proton + Be11,I confuse that how does the Geant4 select the reaction channels and how does it realize in the software?
Many thanks. Yong
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