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Hi, the latest version of G4OpBoundaryProcess (G4.9.3) includes a new model which adds the capability of simulating surface reflections with Look-Up-Tables (LUT) containing measured optical reflectance. The reflectance in this case depends on the incident angle (but not on the incident polarization). This implementation can be an example of what you'd need to be doing, see the code in G4OpBoundaryProcess and G4OpticalSurface. Peter
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