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Now, there are two manner to create a process A) create a process in ConstructProcess method by using new operator B) a process (object) is a member of PhysicsList is created when PhysicsList is created Many examples such as examples/novice/N03 adopt A. B is adopted by 'Educated Guess Physics Lists for Geant4 HADronic Physics'. At first, I assumed processes are created in the A style and I implemented destruction of processes in the destructor of G4ProcessTable. But, processes created in B-way will be destructed when the PhysicsList is deleted and we should not delete pointer of these processes. So, there is no 'elegant' and 'unified' way to delete processes. In most cases, there are no 'explicit' destruction of processes as you point out.
G4VModulerPhysicsList class introduce modularity of PhysicsList. Each modularized class take care of specific type of pprocesses. Please see 'Educated Guess Physics Lists for Geant4 HADronic Physics' as an example.
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