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Thank you very much for your answer, it helped me a lot. I have another question related with the sensitive detector properties. I couldn't find the difference, in terms of sensitive detectors, with this two situations:
- Define a world volume (world_log) and inside it define two boxes of different material (box1 and box 2) with the same mother volume (world_log). Put this two boxes in contact but without overlaping and define box 1 as sensitive detector.
- Define a world volume (world_log). Define box1 as world' daughter and define box2 as box1' daughter. In order to maintain the same lenghts of situation 1 I define the length of box 1 as: lenght_box_1 + lenght_box_2 and after that i put the box2 inside and in the corner of box1. Here I also define box1 as sensitive.
The draw of this two situations is the same but, are there some differene in terms of sensitive detector? Will the box2 become sensitive in situation number 2? Is the material of box2 maintained when i put it inside box1?
Thank you very much.
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