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Question what does the green color denote in OpNovice after beamOn 1? 

Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 08 Oct, 2018
From: Mayur Paunipagar <Mayur Paunipagar>

Hi everyone, I am new to geant4 and doing a project work involving optical photons from scintillators. Can anyone tell me what does green colour denotes after BeamOn 1

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1 None: Re: what does the green color denote in OpNovice after beamOn 1?   (Michael H. Kelsey - 08 Oct, 2018)
1 Agree: Re: what does the green color denote in OpNovice after beamOn 1?   (Mayur Paunipagar - 17 Oct, 2018)
2 None: Re: what does the green color denote in OpNovice after beamOn 1?   (Daren Sawkey - 08 Oct, 2018)
1 Question: Re: what does the green color denote in OpNovice after beamOn 1?   (Mayur Paunipagar - 17 Oct, 2018)
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