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Re: Feedback Re: How to introduce a Hole in a LogicalBorderSurface (Gumplinger Peter)
Date: 15 Dec, 2010
From: Susanne Jungmann <Susanne Jungmann>

Hi,

I do have a similar problem. I'd like to build a rectangular solid that has a coarse surface but one side polished! Is it right that I simply build a third volume, attache it to my rectangle and don't define a G4LogicalBorderSurface for the interface volume 1-3?!

Since I'm studying optical photons, can I be sure, that they are not already reflected or refracted by the coarse surface of volume 1 but only by the very thin volume 3 with the polished surface? Concerning BoundaryAbsorption and so on?

Thanks for your answer,

Susanne

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