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From what I have read in the forums, it seems as though your anti proton physics list is generating accurate results. I have been trying to instantiate the CHIPS model for anti proton annihilation without much success. Would it be possible for you to post the section of your physics list where the CHIPS model is called and the anti proton physics processes are added?
My simulations at the present time seem to be producing an abnormal amount of annihilation processes producing a larger than expected dose either side of the Bragg peak in water.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.