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On Tue, 06 Oct 2015 06:59:49 GMT, Filippo Ambroglini wrote:
> Dear all I have a doubt about my definition of liquid oxigen. I have > define it in this way > > matLox = new G4Material("LiquidOxigen",1.141*g/cm3,1,kStateLiquid,80*kelvin,1.*atmosphere); > matLox->AddElement(elO,2); > > It is correct? > > Best regards, Filippo >
It looks correct ... Notice that temperature, pressure informations are needed only for kStateGas. Otherwhise (default) they are not used.