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we noticed only now that with version 10.05 also some data files were released. But still, in the file G4PARTICLEXS1.1, where there are cross section data for neutrons, protons, deuterons, He3, alpha, and gamma, for deuterons there are only inelastic data but no elastic. So to me it looks like elastic for deuterons is still not implemented at all. If I am wrong, can you please point me to the class that handles it? If I am right, are there any plans to implement it in the close future?
Kind Regards, Anisa Dashi