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I've had a question for quite a while now, so I decided to share it with you guys in the hopes of finding a suitable solution. In the “EXDetectorConstruction.cc” file of optics-based examples, there is a certain matrix in the geometry section that must be filled with a discrete set of energies, refractive indices, absorption coefficients, and reflectance coefficients of a certain material (e.g. water). Given the fact that what we are employing in our study is an idealistic mono-energetic continuous laser (not pulsed, nor discrete), is it absolutely necessary to fill this matrix? If so, why? I would also love to know more about the nature and necessity of this matrix in general as well!
Many thanks, in advance, to all of you for your unwavering efforts in the aid that you are providing here.
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