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Question Definition of VM2000 as a material 

Forum: Geometry
Date: 09 Feb, 2009
From: Thomas Zerguerras <Thomas Zerguerras>

Good morning,

I would like to implement VM 2000 as a material in a Geant 4 simulation. I made some research but found no information about the proportion of the components (it is a polymer, so it should include at least carbon and hydrogen).

Do you know if some other people made this request and how they did it ? For the moment, one way I found is to replace VM 2000 by kapton, because I am first only interested in the energy response.

Thanks a lot for the information.

Kind regards,

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1 Idea: Re: Definition of VM2000 as a material   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 15 Feb, 2009)
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