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I don't know your exact use-case, but you may want to define a parallel world and set a sensitive detector to a volume in this parallel world. Please refer to /examples/extended/runAndEvent/RE06 for the way to define a parallel world and set SD in it.
Please note that the G4Step you get in SD in a parallel world is for the parallel world and thus it has geometry information of the parallel world. To get the G4Step of tracking world for the material, you need the following.
const G4Step* realWorldStep
= parallelWorldStep -> GetTrack() -> GetStep();
Hope this helps,
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