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On Wed, 04 Aug 2010 13:35:15 GMT, michel maire wrote:
> On Wed, 04 Aug 2010 02:00:27 GMT, hemiao wrote: > > who knows how to define the material of plastic scintillator > > > > I only know the number of C, H, and electron per cm3. > > > > Is it possible to deduce the density of the scintillator with number C,H > > and e-? or there is another way to specify the material for geant4 > > geometry setup? > > > If you indeed know these numbers, the density is simply these numbers multiplied by the mass of the corresponding atom, expressed in g > > michel >
thanks to michel, you are right, the density is almost equal to multiplication by the mass of atoms.