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Hello, I am relatively new to Geant4 and trying to understand how to use the the glisur and unified models. Sofar I understood from the forum and from the Manual that the concept of polish or ground refers to the surface of the optical volume and that wrapper is always Lambertian, see e.g. explanation in
Recently I read another explanation from the same author that "The 'ground' and 'polished' part of 'backpainted' actually does refer to the wrapping!!!" see
That makes some confusion. Could someone explain me what is correct ?
thank you Yuri
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