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The program assumes (expects!) that a material property with the name identifier RINDEX is wavelength/energy dependent. Even if the refractive index is constant throughout your wavelength regime you must still specify it for at least two energy bins.
Your analysis of the situation is correct. I shall look into the possibility of allowing the user to define what are normally wavelength dependent properties as constant properties and some form of C++ inheritance/polymorphism scheme that would automatically dispatch the correct Get/Set method. Actually, the whole G4MaterialPropertiesVector class etc. will be redesigned for the next G4 release.
With so many users there is always somebody who will intuitively code things in a way not foreseen by the developer. To avoid such pitfalls it's always a better idea to just follow examples and not be too logical about how things 'should work'.
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