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Hello, sorry, the web page on Physics List needs improvements, because the statement "not for simulation in magnetic field" is too strong. In truth, Livermore, Penelope, Opt3 and Opt4 Physics Lists can be applied to your problem. It also may be not enough, because your field is strong for such energies and may be an additional step limitation should be applied on top of any EM PhysList. Finally, the forum you choose is not optimal - it is not for Physics Lists and not for EM physics of Geant4. When one choose not optimal forum the answer may come late. VI
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