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> 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?
The code expect at least two entries.
> I would also love > to know more about the nature and necessity of this matrix in general as > well!
You can give a very narrow range of energies. The actual property value can be the same.
The necessity for this matrix arises from the code. In most cases, the material properties change over the range of photon energies arising in a simulation. The code was written in this context and uses G4PhysicsOrderedFreeVector.
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