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Re: Question How to define Deuterium gas? (Neoh)
Date: 27 Jul, 2010
From: michel maire <michel maire>

On Mon, 26 Jul 2010 14:23:01 GMT, Neoh wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I am trying to model a chamber filled with deuterium gas. I have the
> following code:
> 
>   G4Isotope* iso_H2 = new G4Isotope("H2",iz=1,n=2,a=4.028*g/mole);
> 
>   G4Element* ele_D = new G4Element("Deuterium","D",ncomponents=1);
> 
>   ele_D->AddIsotope(iso_H2, abundance = 100.*perCent);
> 
>   G4Material* Deuterium = new G4Material("DeuteriumGas", density=0.08*g/m3, ncomponents=1, kStateGas, temperature=293.15*kelvin, chamberPressure=0.005*bar);
> 
>   Deuterium->AddElement(ele_D,fractionmass=1);
> 
> Is it fine to define deuterium gas this way?
> 
> Neoh
> 

 Also correct, except a=2.014*g/mole.

 Better to work in this way if you use hadronic physics.

     Michel

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