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Dear Vladimir, Thank you for your answer.
I indeed already checked the Hadronic example to print out the cross-section. Actually, I am trying to reproduce the diffractive pattern of the elastic scattering (proton on tin) using different physics list but so far I did not succeed.
In my physics list right now I am using G4DiffuseElastic since I understand from this class that there is a differential cross section. I also load the G4BGGNucleonElasticXS cross section for the proton and the G4GlauberGribovCrossSection.
But I am note quite sure that there is a diffractive pattern in since I do not observe it in the angular distribution of the proton. The angular distribution is actually very similar to the one I obtain when I only use the Em Option4 physics list.
Do you know if it is possible to do it with Geant4? Because I did not find an example where the G4DiffuseElastic is used yet so I might use it in a wrong way...
Thanks a lot again for your answer
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