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Forum: Physics List
Date: Feb 07, 03:45
From: Constantin Bach <Constantin Bach>

Dear all, when looking at the source code of the G4IonQMDPhysics-Constructor I was surprised that the QMD-Model is only used above 100 MeV (G4BinaryLightIonReaction below).

Can anyone tell me why that is? When reading up on the QMD-model I didn't find anything about a lower energy-limit. So is the use of G4BinaryLightIonReaction to improve speed or is the difference between the models insignificant at lower energies?

Thanks in advance Constantin

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