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AMANDA (Antarctic Muon and Neutrino Detector Array)

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AMANDA (Antarctic Muon and Neutrino Detector Array) AMANDA A ntarctic M uon a nd N eutrino D etector A rray http://amanda.berkeley.edu/ LAST UPDATE March 24, 2000 NEW ITEMS We have completed the installation of six new strings during the ...


Muon Lifetime - Physics 111-Lab Wiki

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Muon Lifetime - Physics 111-Lab Wiki Muon Lifetime From Physics 111-Lab Wiki Jump to: navigation , search Contents 1 Muon Lifetime Description 2 Before the Lab 3 Introduction 4 Apparatus 4.1 Overview 4.2 How the Experiment Works 4.3 ...


Muon Analysis in ROOT - Physics 111-Lab Wiki

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Muon Analysis in ROOT - Physics 111-Lab Wiki Muon Analysis in ROOT From Physics 111-Lab Wiki Jump to: navigation , search Here we give some examples for how to analyze the Muon Decay data in ROOT. ROOT is a data analysis package, specificall ...


Background: Cosmic-Ray Muon

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Background: Cosmic-Ray Muon Cosmic-Ray Muon The detectors are susceptible to noise signals. Occasionally muons produced by the cosmic-ray pass through the detector and produce unwanted signals, decreasing the accuracy and precision of the ...


Hitoshi.berkeley.edu

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... versions of these particles with the same quantum numbers. The analogues of the ele-ctron are called the muon and the tau, while the muon neutrino and tau neutrino are equiva-lent to the electron neutrino. Each particle also has a correspond ...


Hot Dark Matter

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... neutrino types have been found to exist. Each type, or "flavor", corresponds to a different "lepton" particle: electron, muon, or tau. The neutrino is also known to have its own ant-i-particle, the anti-neutrino. (In fact, it is an electron ...


Hitoshi.berkeley.edu

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... produced when cosmic rays bombarded oxygen or nitrogen nuclei in the atmosphere. These "atmospheric neutrinos" are mostly muon neutrinos and interact very weakly with mat-ter. Filled with 50 000 tonnes of water, however, the SuperKamiokande ...


cv.dvi

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... Neutrino Observatory”, M. G. Aartsen et al., Physical Review D 87, 062002 (2013). “An Improved Method for Measuring Muon Energy Using the Truncated Mean of dE/dx”, R. Abbasi et al., Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 703, 190–198 ...


Hitoshi.berkeley.edu

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... there are similar plans to fire muon neutrinos produced at CERN towards detectors at the Gran Sasso Laboratory in Italy. Particle physicists there are also hoping to detect tau leptons produced by the oscillation of muon neutrinos into tau ...


229A Home Page

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... of the Vertex Function HW 10 HW 11 Final Final solutions Useful links Review on g-2, "Anomalous g Values of the Electron and Muon." By V.W. Hughes (Yale U., Math. Dept.), T. Kinoshita (Cornell U., LNS). 1999. Published in Rev. Mod. Phys. ...


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