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Thank you for your interesting contribution to this forum.
Have you come across how a particle's spin is propagated in Geant4? I think the magnetic moment can be propagated in the same way.
Please, take a look at:
and sorry, I should have written documentation about 'spin tracking' by now (since 7.0).
G4Mag_EqRhs* fEquation = new G4Mag_SpinEqRhs(magField);
G4MagIntegratorStepper* pStepper = new G4ClassicalRK4(fEquation,12);
(notice the 12!)
where you set the initial mag. moment direction.
In your equivalent to G4Mag_SpinEqRhs the meaning of 'spin' becomes mag. moment and in general, the meaning in G4 of 'Polarization' becomes mag. moment.
I think the machinery is already there, all you got to do is write the G4Mag_MagMomentEqRhs (which sounds like you have already done) and set the 'polarization' initially.
Let me know how you are doing implementing propagation of mag. moments in this way.
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