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On Tue, 24 Apr 2012 06:17:16 GMT, J�r�me Roccaz wrote:
> I use hadronic interaction so ... As a conclusion, I should use NIST > constructor. As I want to add other element, like boron to my PEHD, I > should use both NIST definition for PEHD and Boron and then build the > material, right?
right > > By the way, for a gaz mixture like Ar + N2 in ionization chamber, better > is to use NIST or G4Element so to have "more realistic" ionization > results?
does not matter