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OK, sorry, but I don't quite get it yet. To be more specifically - I think QGSP_BERT_EMZ is a good starting point for my application (18GeV e- beam on a copper-water dump), but I am interested in muon production, so I need at least the following additional processes activated: - G4GammaConversionToMuons (for gamma) - G4eeToHadrons (for e+) - G4AnnihiToMuPair (for e+) I understand that I can add additional Physics via RegisterPhysics(), e.g. G4EmExtraPhysics() or G4RadioactiveDecayPhysics(). My idea would be to create a custom Physics class containing the three processes, and call it e.g. G4EmExtraMuonPhysics(). Is it possible to register this custom class to the reference physics list, or do I indeed (as in solution 1) ) have to modify an existing Physics module/builder/constructor (I am a little bit lost in which is called which)? For what concerns Solution 2) I do not fully understand what you mean, even looking at example $G4INSTALL/examples/extended/hadronic/Hadr02. Cheers, Stefan
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