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thank you for the report. As a matter of fact we have found a bug in the example code responsible for this issue. It will be fixed in the next release and possibly in an upcoming patch. The issue causes the code responsible for senstitive detectors to be called twice, and thus the energy deposited is twice as expected.
A work-around exists. You need to modify the example code in the file src/LXeDetectorConstruction.cc. Change line 344 http://www-geant4.kek.jp/lxr/source/examples/extended/optical/LXe/src/LXeDetectorConstruction.cc#L344 from: SetSensitiveDetector(fMainVolume->GetLogPhotoCath(), fPmt_SD.Get()); to: fMainVolume->GetLogPhotoCath()->SetSensitiveDetector(fPmt_SD.Get());
And change in a similar way line 354 http://www-geant4.kek.jp/lxr/source/examples/extended/optical/LXe/src/LXeDetectorConstruction.cc#L354 from: SetSensitiveDetector(fMainVolume->GetLogScint(), fScint_SD.Get()); to: fMainVolume->GetLogScint()->SetSensitiveDetector(fScint_SD.Get());
Recompile the code and this time it should count correctly the energy deposit.
Thank you for your patience, Andrea
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