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Re: None Scoring Parallel World Problem2 (Ibrahim)
Date: 14 Jun, 2010
From: Makoto Asai <Makoto Asai>

Hi Ibrahim,

This is not an issue of parallel world scorer but
energy deposition of G4OpticalPhoton.
In Geant4, optical photon does not deposit energy
in the same manner as G4Gamma. To make G4OpticalPhoton
deposit its energy in your silicon detector, your
silicon has to have the absorption property for optical
photon attached to your material. Please consult to 
 examples/extended/optical/LXe
to see how you can specify that property, and use
EM discussion thread for further questions on this
optical property.

Makoto

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Sad Re: Scoring Parallel World Problem2  by Ibrahim <Ibrahim>,   09 Jul, 2010
Re: None Re: Scoring Parallel World Problem2 (Makoto Asai)
Hi Makoto,

Thank you for your reply. I spent too much time discussing this issue with Mr. Peter in Geant4 forum (Processes involving optical photons). All the required properties of Silicon (absorption properties for optical photons etc.) are defined! The question is the following: Is it possible to score the energy deposition of optical photons in Silicon using parallel world scorer? The energy deposition of optical photons in silicon is very small. It is in the range [2 eV, 3.6 eV].

I highly appreciate your help

Kind regards

Ibrahym

 Makot

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