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I have been puzzled by the use of RegisterPhysics. I have two questions about it.
1) Is the argument of RegisterPhysics representing a physics list, which specifies the particle definition, the associated processes, and models?
2) Suppose the answer to the first question is yes. When two physics lists are registered, what will happen if they overlap? For instance, RegisterPhysics(new xxx()); RegisterPhysics(new yyy()); What will happen if xxx and yyy contain the same particle and processes, but use different models?
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