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Maybe you could simulate your periodic structure by reflecting all the particles when they reach the walls of your geometry, especially if you do not need to keep all the particles traveling along the same direction.
If this works for your case, you may want to take a look at the class G4OpBoundaryProcess which takes care of reflecting optical photons when they reach a boundary with given optical parameters defined, among other processes.
To do this, you should create a process by yourself (derived from G4VProcess) implementing how the track should be modified (here is where what I mention above may help). This process should be registered in your physics list for all particles.
Hope this helps,
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