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> Is there a way to specify the rise time of the scintillation pulse?
> I am wondering how the entire scintillation pulse is modeled as a function of
> time in GEANT4.
The arrival time of photons at your detector is the sum of time-of-flights for the primary track, decay time sampled, plus the propagation time of the photon to the detector (PMT). The smearing of the leading time edge arises only from TOF.
> what are the default values used by GEANT4 if I do not specify any absorption
> length for my scintillation photons?
AttenuationLength = DBL_MAX;
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