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Thanks Peter for your suggestion. I am trying that in these days.
I have implemeted a function in G4ObBoundaryProcess.cc which needs the photon energy in eV of the scintillation photons, which is written in DetectorConstruction.cc. I tried to get the photon energy with the Function: G4MaterialPropertyVector* Rindex; PhotonenergyEW = Rindex->GetPhotonMomentum(Rindex1);
It didn't work. I got the following ERROR message during the compilation of Geant4.9.3:
src/G4OpBoundaryProcess.cc: In member function virtual G4ParticleChange* G4OpBoundaryProcess::PostStepDoIt(const G4Track&, const G4Step&): src/G4OpBoundaryProcess.cc:237: error: class G4MaterialPropertyVector has no member named GetPhotonMomentum
I looked it up and the class G4MaterialPropertyVector has this member function. I don't understand this error.
Does anyone know the origin of this error message or a easier way to access the photon energy?
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