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Hi Peter, thanks a lot for the quick reply, > The user must not change any properties of the G4Track and G4Step from > the SteppingAction directly. It would take a while for me research and > explain why Please do not, it was only a test to see if the polarization interacts at all. After what you said, I'd like to see if my understanding about the polarization of massive particles in G4 is correct: In the presence of external e/m fields, a particle's spin precesses as expected. In decays, the polarization is taken into account for the kinematics of the decay products. Scatterings of any kind do not affect the spin vector. Is this right? Thanks, Eleni
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