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Hi Steven, You will need to set isotope production to on. This is done by: yourProcessPointer->EnableIsotopeCounting(); at any time after the process is constructed. This feature was added in Geant4 9.0. Before that, it is not needed. This should allow you to get the information in IsoParticleChange. Another way to go is to get all the information from the track in the user tracking action. In this case no isotope production methods or classes are required.
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