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Hi, Some time ago some issues on inelastic p-C scattering were posted here: http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/hadronprocess/1549.html One of them was about the quasi-elastics being tagged by G4 as inelastics. We now understand that the scattering is determined to be quasi-elastic in G4IntraNucleiCascader::finishCascade(). How could one possibly propagate this information to the process name, so that such events appear finally as quasi-elastics? Best regards, Eleni PS: We'd appreciate if people-in-the-know took a look at the linked thread and let us about possible answers. Some of the issues raised there look like bugs, and they require a disproportionate effort from users to discover their origins.