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In examples I have seen that in the case of processes like G4MultipleScattering, G4eIonisation etc, several instances of these processes are created, one for each particle (namely electron and positron). On the other hand, in examples again, only one instance of G4Decay is created, and this single instance is attached to all particles. Is there a rule, which way should be followed? Or was it only a difference in the habits of the examples' authors?
Thank you, Daniel
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