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I will try QBBC.
Is there a simple way to have GEANT just read back to me the cross-section it is using? In particular, I'd like to see something like:
G4double GetCrossSection(G4Particle*, G4Element*, G4double* energy=100*MeV)
Even if I use QBBC, I will want to see what the cross-section is. I tried a number of G4DataStorage class solutions today, that claim to have this functionality, but they all returned 0. I tried looking through the examples and found one in extended/electromagnetic/TestEm14 but could not change the result to read out the Hadronic cross-sections (again, I got all 0's). I'm hoping that I'm missing some simple method of accessing this physics list information.
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