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Unfortunately, the section of the Users Guide on this is rather old, and does not mention what has become the best method to select a physics list, G4PhysListFactory. You can omit that entire file and in your detector construction just do:
G4PhysListFactory *physListFactory = new G4PhysListFactory(); G4VUserPhysicsList *physicsList = physListFactory->GetReferencePhysList("GQSP_BERT"); runManager->SetUserInitialization(physicsList);
For many purposes, including yours, QGSP_BERT is an appropriate physics list. There are many others, just change the name above to use any one of them. See this URL for descriptions (though it, too, is rather old): http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/support/physicsLists/index.shtml
You can get a vector of all known physics lists, just print them:
const std::vector<G4String> v = physListFactory->AvailablePhysLists();
(I have suggested they update the Users Guide to discuss this, problem 1241.)