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I dont belive I am answering your question, but material definitions in the DICOM example are found in the file:
Here, elements are defined and the materials built from them. You can use existing definitions as a template for adding your own materials.
//Elements G4Element* elN = new G4Element( name = "Nitrogen", symbol = "N", z = 7.0, a = 14.007 * g/mole ); G4Element* elO = new G4Element( name = "Oxygen", symbol = "O", z = 8.0, a = 16.00 * g/mole ); // Materials air = new G4Material( "Air", 1.290*mg/cm3, numberofElements = 2 ); air->AddElement(elN, 0.7); air->AddElement(elO, 0.3);
//----- Put the materials in a vector fOriginalMaterials.push_back(air); // rho = 0.00129