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Re: Question How to define Deuterium gas? (Neoh)
Re: None Re: How to define Deuterium gas? (michel maire)
Date: 27 Jul, 2010
From: Neoh <Neoh>

> 
>  Also correct, except a=2.014*g/mole.
> 
>  Better to work in this way if you use hadronic physics.
> 
>      Michel
> 

After some thoughts, I actually want to model deuterium gas D2 molecules, but a=2.014 g/mole gives molar mass of deuterium atoms, not molecules. If I simply double its value, would geant4 able to recognize they are molecules? If not how should I do it?

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1 More: Re: How to define Deuterium gas?   (Neoh - 27 Jul, 2010)
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