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Hello to G4 experts, I'm trying to get all informations concerning nuclear recoils produced inelastically by p+ion or ion+ion processes. In the low energy region I use the Binary cascade model (up to 10 GeV) But for Higher energy I use the string Parton model valid on the 10 GeV 100 TeV energy range. My program seems to work, but I don't know accurately the validity range of the models. My first question is : Can these models be used both for protons and heavy ions ? and on which energy range ? In a second time I would like to know what kind of process produced the secondary particles. It is easy to know if it is an elastic or inelastic process whith the command line :->GetProcessName(); But I did not manage to get the the name of the inelastic process that produce the track (Binary or high energy model ?) Can someone help me ? Thank you very much Christophe
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