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Thanks for the answers and given information
FatinOn Tue, 19 Nov 2013 19:19:44 GMT, Gumplinger Peter wrote:
> Hi Fatin, > > > Based on that, seems that the element/material in the medium does not > > effect the optical photon transportation > > Correct. Nothing in G4Material (and by extension, G4Element, G4Isotope) > bears information about optical properties, such as a material's index > of refraction. Optical properties are added only if the user defines a > G4MaterialPropertiesTable and adds to it the relevant > G4MaterialPropertyVectors. This is true also for NistMaterials. This is > explained, at length, in the G4 Application Developers Manual. > > Peter >