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I discovered a couple errors in the DICOM example, in examples/extended/medical/DICOM/src/DicomDetectorConstruction.cc:
G4Element* elK = new G4Element( name = "Potassium", symbol = "P", z = 19.0, a = 30.0983* g/mole ); G4Element* elP = new G4Element( name = "Phosphorus", symbol = "P", z = 30.0, a = 30.973976* g/mole );
The atomic mass for Potassium should be 39.0983* g/mole, and the atomic number for Phosphorus should be 15. I noticed something was off when comparing theoretical proton RSP's to simulated measurements for different materials.