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On Mon, 19 Jul 2010 19:47:05 GMT, Mehmet wrote: > I tried something like > > G4Material* air[i] = new G4Material("Air", density, ncomponents=1, > kStateGas, temperature, pressure); > > air[i]->AddMaterial(Air, fractionmass=1.); > > but apparently it does not like the array air[i] in G4Material*. Do you > think it is possible to make such an array, or any other way to solve my > problem other than defining air1, air2, ....air100? > your construction is perfectly legal and should work.
However, all air[i] have the same name "Air".