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I would like to know the difference between polished and polishedfrontpainted. In polishedbackpainted, I know that the polished refers to the wrapping, and that the interface between the scintillator and the 'air gap' is characterized by the sigma-alpha and the four probability distributions (specularspike, specularlobe,etc).
But what does 'polished' in polishedfrontpainted refer to? If it refers to the interface between the paint and the scintillator, then what is the difference between polished and polishedfrontpainted?
Am I also right in saying that we must specify dielectric_dielectric for a scintillator wrapped with Al foil because the interface we are referring to is the one between the scintillator and the air-gap? (this also being the justification for why there is no backpainted option for dielectric_metal?)
Thanks in advance,
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