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Thank you, John and Tom for your responses!
Ok, so the decay process is handled by the AtRest process of capture, and the creating process name of the daughters are set accordingly. This leads to my new question. How can I tell this decay process [inside muMinusCaptureAtRest] to take into account of muon polarizations?
For in-flight decays of polarized muons, as opposed to at-rest decays, I could get it to work by replacing G4Decay with G4DecayWithSpin and changing the decay channels in the mu- decay table.