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Dear all Hello :) I have another question, again. Always thank you all. First, here I have some physical volume, for example a cube. Of course it has 6 surfaces. I want to change a surface property of this cube, but only 2 surfaces of it. Is it possible to change the properties of specific surfaces of a physical volume? If it is possible, I want to change the roughness of those surfaces. I searched it on this site and user guide. Somebody said that I can change the roughness of a surface using 'sigmaalpha', or optical_surface->SetPolish(a number between 0 and 1), (0 means maximum roughness, 1 means perfect smoothness.) I think that, if I can select one surface of a volume, then I just can define optical surface, set finish as polished, and set polish with some value between 0 and 1 to make that surface rough. (or if it is impossible to select surfaces, should I attach some volume there and set border-boundary?- surface parameter between them?) Am I on the right way? :) ... Thank you so much and have a nice day. -J.E. Suh
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