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On Sun, 27 Oct 2013 20:23:04 GMT, Neil Fazel wrote:
> Does it make a difference whether I create an element such as Al using > "Al" or "G4_Al"? > > G4Element* Al_element1 = man->FindOrBuildElement("Al"); > G4Element* Al_element2 = man->FindOrBuildElement("G4_Al"); > > G4Material* Al_material1 = man->FindOrBuildMaterial("Al"); > G4Material* Al_material2 = man->FindOrBuildMaterial("G4_Al"); > > Thanks in advance.
Technically, the name string is arbitrary. You could call it "FLOOPY" if you wanted to :-) However, we have tried to consistently use the "G4_" prefix for all of the predefined materials we provide through the G4NistMaterialManager.
In order for you, and anyone with whom you share your code, to avoid confusion, I would recommend that you avoid the "G4_" prefix for materials you create yourself.
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