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It's still refusing to set the deuteron mass correctly though.
I declare the two particles by:
G4DynamicParticle* recoilNucleus = new G4DynamicParticle(); recoilNucleus -> setDefinition(G4IonTable::GetIonTable()->GetIon(theTarget.GetZ_asInt(), theTarget.GetA_asInt(), 0));
G4DynamicParticle* returnDeut = new G4DynamicParticle(); returnDeut -> SetDefinition(G4Deuteron::Definition());
If I include the recoilNucleus -> setDefinition(...) the deuteron mass goes to 0, if I comment that line out the deuteron mass is correct.
I also get an error for setting the number of secondaries:
error: ‘class G4HadFinalState’ has no member named ‘SetNumberOfSecondaries’
And I can't find the function in the header file.