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Hi, I would like to know if there's any chance to simulate the coulomb excitation of an incoming beam (around 40 MeV/u - mass region A=40) on a thin (200 microns) lead target. I saw a previous post (dating nov.2003) asking a similar question, but at that time the answer was "this physics is not implemented in geant4. There is work progressing at ESA, that will allow for this, though". I'm using geant4.9.0. Any "include" I could use for the above mentioned purpose? Thanks a lot, Florin.
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