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Hello. Vladimir. Thanks for your reply. I have two questions
1) "we always recommend to use QGSP_BIC_HP Physics Lists for low-energy neutron aplications, not LHEP" - my task is to model interaction of 2-4 Gev protons with air. What list is better for me? 2) "A special method for isotope production to which you likely refer to my view is old and not well tested, I am not sure if somebody understand what it is doing (experts tell us if this is wrong)." - Do you mean that models like QGSP_BIC_HP do not use G4ProtonIsotopeProduction.hh and have their own algorithms which do not limit energies by 100 MeV of incident protons? Thanks in advance.
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