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Thank you very much for answering!
If I understand it right, the current and the ONLY simulation model for anti-neutron inelastic interaction with matter is the one that is taken from GHEISHA framework, i.e. CASNB code created by Harm Fesefeldt. "Recent" data from OBELIX and from this source (T. Armstrong et al., Phys. Rev. D 36 1987.659) are not included in Geant4. In other words, there is no database in Geant4 with the experimental data on anti-neutron cross sections? And, yes, this refence to OBELIX article is the one I used in my analysis. So, to conclude, right now I can use only GHEISHA simulation model for anti-neutrons(G4LEAntiNeutronInelastic) and the implementation of new databases with experimental data is a question of future?
Thank you again,
P.S. I guess all HP databases on cross sections are refered only to neutrons and not anti-neutrons.