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Question wavelenth shifting and reflectivity 

Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 10 Sep, 2013
From: Stephan <Stephan>

Hi, I'm simulating a water cherenkov detector with different inner linings. In the case of DF2000MA (3M), the reflectivity is 99% above 380nm and 10% below 380nm. I use the UNIFIED model with the option "dielectric-dielectric" and "polishedfrontpainted". Therefore, the absorption probability is calculated by "1-reflectivity". DF2000MA can also shift wavelengths below 350nm. But only 10% of the absorbed photons are reemitted. I know that there is "WLSABSLENGTH, WLSCOMPONENT,...", but I don't know how to specify, that photons are absorbed by WLS-process in 10% of the time and in 80% of the time by the absorption process calculated with the reflectivity. Is there any possibility to do that?

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