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Hello, I am using Hadr03 with a custom simple geometry to estimate the recoils of nucleus from elastic and inelastic scattering from neutrons. When a great amount of particles is generated, some particles disappear, example with the C12 reactions: neutron + C12 --> N gamma + alpha + Be9: 142 Q = -5.7055 neutron + C12 --> N gamma + neutron + C12: 579 Q = -367.53 neutron + C12 --> alpha + Be9: 109 Q = -5.7022 neutron + C12 --> neutron + : 313 Q = -46.549 keV neutron + C12 --> neutron + C12: 786 Q = 304.76 eV proton + C12 --> proton + : 1 Q = -64.948 keV proton + C12 --> proton + C12: 6 Q = 2.0843e-07 eV alpha + C12 --> alpha + C12: 1 Q = 1.819e-06 eV Below, in the list of Generated particles, the following is printed: C12: 1372 Emean = 785.68 keV ( 50.895 keV --> 2.8624 MeV) This most likely looks like elastic scattering, but why can't GetTargetIsotope return a name? See enclose my SteppingAction.cc It is exactly the same as Hadr03.cc with one more line, 59 to discriminate reactions in the sensitive volume. Thank you. Attachment: http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2017/06/01/09.09-70044-SteppingAction.cc
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