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I would like to comment this and previous posts.
First of all, Geant4 material description allowing to add to the target any property. So, you can describe two liquid Hydrogen materials (orto, para) and make a mixture of in any proportion.
Unfortunately, for today Geant4 has no hadronic processes working with polarized targets. Existing physics processes are for average state of the target nucleus. It seems that the only solution for you is to design your own processes - Geant4 allows to add any user process.
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