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Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 07 Dec, 2014
From: Hanan <Hanan>


I am simulating a scintillator detector with a silicon PMT. The silicon causes the code to crash after running due to its high density. Did anyone experience something like that before?

And is it ok to replace the whole PMT with air? would it affect the results of the simulation if I track the optical photons within the scintillator without placing the PMTs?

Thank you so much in advance

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