A cryogenic tracking detector for antihydrogen detection in the AEgIS experiment

@article{Amsler2020ACT,
  title={A cryogenic tracking detector for antihydrogen detection in the AEgIS experiment},
  author={Claude Amsler and Massimiliano Antonello and Alexander S. Belov and Germano Bonomi and Roberto Sennen Brusa and Massimo Caccia and Antoine Camper and Ruggero Caravita and Fabrizio Castelli and Daniel Comparat and Giovanni Consolati and Andrea Demetrio and Lea Di Noto and M. Doser and P. A. Ekman and Mattia Fan{\`i} and Rafael Ferragut and Sebastian Gerber and Marco Giammarchi and A. Gligorova and Francesco Guatieri and P. Hackstock and David Haider and Stefan Haider and Alexander Hinterberger and A Kellerbauer and Olga B. Khalidova and Daniel Krasnický and Vittorio Lagomarsino and Chlo{\'e} Malbrunot and S. Mariazzi and Viktor A. Matveev and Sarah Muller and Giancarlo Nebbia and Patrick N{\'e}d{\'e}lec and Lilian Nowak and Markus K. Oberthaler and Emmanuel Oswald and D. Pagano and Luca Penasa and V. Petr{\'a}{\vc}ek and Francesco Prelz and Marco Prevedelli and Benjamin Rienaecker and Jacques Robert and Ole R{\o}hne and A. Rotondi and Heidi Sandaker and Romualdo Santoro and James William Storey and Gemma Testera and Ingmari C. Tietje and Valerio Toso and Tim Wolz and J. Wuethrich and Pauline Yzombard and Christian Zimmer and Nicola Zurlo},
  journal={Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment},
  year={2020}
}
  • C. AmslerM. Antonello N. Zurlo
  • Published 1 April 2020
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
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