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First and foremost, I must apologize for my belated response, and thank you for all the helpful suggestions you provided earlier. However, there are still some factors that concern me; thus once again, I turn to you.
Although I accept your previous statement regarding the alterations of the refractive index and absorption coefficient of different materials in response to various photon energies, I still need to know how these numbers are calculated, and what laws and equations govern them. There is also the matter of continuous energy spectrum for light, as well (if continuous light energies, rather than discrete energies, are used). One more factor that I find amusing and rather necessary is dynamic and timed transition of the states and settings of our system in geant4. Can we involve time dependence in our simulations? If so, please advise me on how to do so.
Once again I sincerely thank you for all your tireless efforts regarding my concerns.
Faithfully yours, M. Vahidian