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I am a little confused. I am trying to write a User Physics List that is as inclusive as possible, defining all particles and the processes and models that apply to them.
As my main reference I have been using the lists available at http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/support/proc_mod_catalog/index.shtml. But, I have noticed particles defined in some examples that do not appear in the particle lists on that site. For example: K0, Anti-K0, Anti-K0Long, Anti-K0Short.
Is there a more complete reference that I should be using? Or are the particles not listed somehow automatically accounted for in Geant4?
Also, I was interested in creating a modular physics lists similar to the one in examples/extended/optical/LXe, but can find no documentation outside of what is written in the example. Is there documentation for modular physics lists elsewhere?
Thank you, Melanie