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as Vladimir explained QGSP_BERT_EMZ follows the "modular physics lists" approach.
You can add any additional physics in the main of your code via (pseudocode):
pl = new QGSP_BERT_EMZ; pl->RegisterPhysics( new myAdditionalPhysics );
myAdditionalPhysics is a class that inherits from G4VPhysicsConstructor. If you are confused by Hadr02 example you can copy the code of G4EmExtraPhysics classes, change the names and add instantiation of processes following what is already there.
As explained by Vladimir it is very important that the type is set to unknown.
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