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Question One energy emission 

Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 26 Aug, 2011
From: Davit Mayilyan <Davit Mayilyan>

I'm modeling a wls fiber, and I have two questions.

1. How can I configure wls so that after emission there be not a spectrum of energies, but photons of one exact energy.

I still don't understand how these lines work:

  G4double PhotonEnergy[nEntries] =
            { 2.73*eV,3.0*eV};

  G4double EmissionFib[nEntries]=
            { 1.0, 0.0};

What is the max value that can be instead of 1.0? Can it be infinitly large number?

2. In the wls example, in the there is a sampledEnergy variable. What does it do?

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