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This question for partial cross sectios is really complicate, because such cross section does not exist in a simple form. In the case of elastic, inelastic cross sections separate classes are responsible for computation of these value. You have interest to a specific partial cross section, which is not implemented as some table or function but is the result of simulation of intranuclear cascade or other interaction. Probably it is possible to extract in special Geant4 application but we do not have an example to show.