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Re: Question Lambertian reflector
Date: 29 Sep, 2011
From: Gumplinger Peter <Gumplinger Peter>


How about if you defined two daughters for your mother-volume (the one with the Labertian reflector surface). The first, as you have proposed is your scintillator and it has the specified distance to the mother's surface on three sides (I think we are talking about G4box). The other volume is your photodiode. It fits just inside the sliver which is your specified (presumed small) distance between scintillator and reflector. You can give the interface scintillator/2nd-volume(photodiode) its own surface properties. Does this answer your question? The photodiode will presumably just register (count) photons and can be 'as thin as anything'.


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