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Thanks Vladimir and John. If I understand, John's approach could be tricky so I will try with Vladimir's suggestion first. As I understand from the microdosimetry example, the point is to assign a dummy model to MSc process to inactivate it everywhere, and then use the G4EmConfigurator::SetExtraEmModel method to assign a valid model only in regions where MSc is meant to be active, correct? This raises a question: I have a volume A containing a volume B and I want to deactivate MSc only in B. If I define a region R_a whose root volume is A then the region will contain also B, so activating MSc in that region will activate it also in B. Is this correct? Is it sufficient to define another region R_b with B as top volume in order to make B belong no more to R_a, so that activating MSc for R_a will not activate it for B?
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