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Muon identifier

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Muon identifier Next: Trigger Up: Experimental setup Previous: Time-of-flight wall &nbsp Contents Muon identifier Figure 16: Conceptual layout in plan view of the muon identifier. Sizes are indicated in m. At low energies of the ...


5.2.2.6 The Muon Hodoscopes

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5.2.2.6 The Muon Hodoscopes Next: 5.3 The Trigger Up: 5.2.2 Detectors downstream of Previous: 5.2.2.5 The Preshower Detectors &nbsp Contents 5.2.2.6 The Muon Hodoscopes Two muon identification systems are located after thick iron ...


Common Muon and Proton Apparatus for Structure and Spectroscopy

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Common Muon and Proton Apparatus for Structure and Spectroscopy Next: THE COMPASS COLLABORATION CERN/SPSLC 96-30 SPSLC/P 297 Add.1 ADDENDUM 1 The COMPASS Collaboration Contents REFEREES' QUESTIONS QUESTIONS ON PHYSICS QUESTIONS ON THE ...


PHYS430 Ionisation processes for muons and protons

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PHYS430 Ionisation processes for muons and protons Next: Subroutines Up: GEANT Pr-evious: Subroutines PHYS430 Ionisation processes for muons and protons Routine ID: PHYS430 Author(s): Submitted: 12.03.82 Origin: G.N.Patrick, L.Urbán, D.Ward ...


MUON TARGET AND MAGNET

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MUON TARGET AND MAGNET Next: Construction schedule Up: ANSWERS TO THE QU-ESTIONS Previous: ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS MUON TARGET AND MAGNET Que-stion of the Referees: ----------- A detailed plan on the polarised target (+ solenoid), as a ...


MUON WALL DETECTORS

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MUON WALL DETECTORS Next: Physics requirements Up: ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS Previous: Funding MUON WALL DETECTORS Question of the Referees: ----------- Comments on the choice of the detector techniques, i.e. performances required by the ...


Energy loss for muons

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Energy loss for muons Next: Energy loss for Up: CONS199 The Material Previous: Energy loss for Energy loss for muons DE/DX = Ionisation +brems. +Direct production +Nuclear in-teracti on [PHYS 430, 440, 450]. Janne Saarela Mon Apr 3 12:46:29 ...


Muon detection

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Muon detection Next: Preshower and electromagnetic calorimeter Up: Description of the detector Previous: The honeycomb chambers Muon detection This system consists of the one presently used in NOMAD and located at the end of its apparatus, ...


Photo-electric effect. Muon nuclear interaction

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Photo-electric effect. Muon nuclear interaction Next: Positron annihilation Up: CONS199 The Material Previous: Mixture and compound Photo-electric effect. Muon nuclear interaction As the photo-electric effect vanishes at high energies ...


Muon decay channel

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Muon decay channel Next: Electron decay channel Up: Sensitivity and background Previous: Sensitivity and background Muon decay channel The search for decays into muon takes advantage of a clear topology and a low background. Preliminary ...


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