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Generally, we can apply the boundary processes including the total internal reflection, refraction and reflection to the optical photons in Geant4. However, the total internal reflection is usually used for gamma-ray photons (a few keV or more) in practice.
So, I have some questions here:
1) Are the optical photons in Geant4 the photons with energy less than 0.1 keV?
2) Can we apply the boundary process to gamma photons? If we can, and how to do it?
I hope you can help me. Thanks very much.
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