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Hi everyone, I'm a newbie with Geant4 and I should need to use it for my MSc thesis to simulate the interaction between Galactic Cosmic Rays and radiation shields. I'm writing this post to ask if it's possible to simulate the nanostructure of a composite material made of Polyethylene and dispersed Carbon Nanotubes, and how I could do that. I mean, is it possible to represent the uniform distribution of particles inside the matrix, so that the radiation "feels" the difference between the two components? Hope I have been clear enough, Gianluca
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