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>If the problem still exist it may be a subject of bug report - GenericIon >should not be created and tracked in any application.
>If you will be able to trace in which interaction such particle was >created, then it will help a lot to fix.
I checked my simulation, all the GenericIon appears after a LElastic interaction . Unfortunately I have no idea of which kind of atom is interacting with proton or neutron producing "GenericIon", I am not enough confident with G4 to extract this information. If it can help, I can send you my phyisics list or all my code. Or it would be useful for me if someone could teach me how to find this information by myself.
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