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Example of geometry description for a planar detector. The type of volume is depicted as well as the inclusion index. Second and third volumes represent electrodes, density and composition are useless since the stop attribute makes all the particles stops at volume boundaries. Fourth and fifth volumes are heavy ion sources, to avoid undetermined states during heavy ion transport, one volume is made transparent to particles.

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