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Something is wrong in your setup. There is nothing in G4 that would have a hard limit on the upper energy of 'optical photons'. In fact, you can give any energy to your 'optical photon' as long as you also specify the optical properties in the range of photons you expect to track.
What do you mean by:
Opticalphotons (>3.6eV) were generated in G4MaterialPropertiesTable
Please send me your code that deals with the material properties.
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