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I am working for " Zero time detector development for particle accelerators ". For this compact detector geometry, we need to define uniform Electric (2000 v/cm)and Magnetic(120 Gauss) fields must be defined in perpendicular directions and both must be perpendicular to Particle (Proton)beam direction. Which I need to define inside the detector volume, were Vacuum is already defined.Kindly let me know if there is some examples in Geant4, which gives the some idea about this. Advance thanks for your kindness.
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