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The ALICE experiment at the CERN LHC
ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment) is a general-purpose, heavy-ion detector at the CERN LHC which focuses on QCD, the strong-interaction sector of the Standard Model. It is designed to address
SiPM-matrix readout of two-phase argon detectors using electroluminescence in the visible and near infrared range
Proportional electroluminescence (EL) in noble gases is used in two-phase detectors for dark matter search to record (in the gas phase) the ionization signal induced by particle scattering in the
Steps towards the hyperfine splitting measurement of the muonic hydrogen ground state: pulsed muon beam and detection system characterization
The high precision measurement of the hyperfine splitting of the muonic-hydrogen atom ground state with pulsed and intense muon beam requires careful technological choices both in the construction of
Characterization of the VEGA ASIC coupled to large area position-sensitive Silicon Drift Detectors
Low-noise, position-sensitive Silicon Drift Detectors (SDDs) are particularly useful for experiments in which a good energy resolution combined with a large sensitive area is required, as in the case
J un 2 00 5 1 Preliminary study of metabolic radiotherapy with 188 Re via small animal imaging
Preliminary study of metabolic radiotherapy with Re via small animal imaging A. Antoccia, G. Baldazzi, M. Bello , D. Bernardini P. Boccaccio , D. Bollini, F. de Notaristefani, F. Garibaldi G. Hull,
First FAMU observation of muon transfer from mu-p atoms to higher-Z elements
The FAMU experiment aims to accurately measure the hyperfine splitting of the ground state of the muonic hydrogen atom. A measurement of the transfer rate of muons from hydrogen to heavier gases is