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thank you for your answer. I installed Geant4 10.05 and tried to get the elastic cross-section of deuterons by using
store->GetElasticCrossSectionPerAtom() function, where store is an instance of G4HadronicProcessStore. I tried with both Physics Lists FTFP_BERT and QGSP_BIC. However I still get 0.
I also checked again in G4HadronCrossSections.cc and there the elastic cross section of deuteron, tritons and alphas is still hardcoded to 0 (line 1314).
So I'm guessing maybe they are implemented in some other class? Could you tell me where and how I can retrieve them?
Thank you and Best Regards,
Technical University Munich
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