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Forum: Physics List
Date: 02 Dec, 2009
From: Daniel Matthiń <Daniel Matthiń>

Hi. I have a question concerning the models for the inelastic ion interactions used in the physics constructor provided by G4IonBinaryCascadePhysics. As I understand, the low energy models, for example G4LEAlphaInelastic for alpha particles, are used at energies above the validity range of the BIC model and up to energies of 1TeV. However, at the webpage: the energy range is given as 0-100MeV. What is the reason for that?

Regards, Daniel

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