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Thank you Michael, I managed to do it (implement bordersurface as a dichroic mirror), and am currently implementing this in a more complex geometry.
Once that is done, I will try to implement another type of dichroic filter. One that has not only transmittance, but also absorbance, as a function of angle and wavelength. It will require some work and modifications to the G4OpSurface and G4OpBoundaryProcess but should be pretty straightforward I hope.
If and when I succeed I will post results here in the forum along with the justification for such a description.
thank you for your help.