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Hi Geant4 users
I am trying to declare lung tissue using NIST database. I checked the density of G4_LUNG_ICRP (=1.05 gr/cm^3) which is not what I want. I appreciate if anyone could tell me if there is a way that I could declare G4_LUNG_ICRP with density of 0.2gr/cm^3 or I should go for manual definition of lung through G4Material?
Moreover, how I can access the NIST database, if at all possible?
Many thanks Leila
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