Characterization of photomultiplier tubes in a novel operation mode for Secondary Emission Ionization Calorimetry

@article{Tiras2016CharacterizationOP,
  title={Characterization of photomultiplier tubes in a novel operation mode for Secondary Emission Ionization Calorimetry},
  author={Emrah Tiras and Kamuran Dilsiz and Hasan Oğul and David Southwick and Burak Bi̇lki̇ and J. Wetzel and Jane M. Nachtman and Yasar Onel and D. Winn},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={P10004 - P10004}
}
Hamamatsu single anode R7761 and multi-anode R5900-00-M16 Photomultiplier Tubes have been characterized for use in a Secondary Emission (SE) Ionization Calorimetry study. SE Ionization Calorimetry is a novel technique to measure electromagnetic shower particles in extreme radiation environments. The different operation modes used in these tests were developed by modifying the conventional PMT bias circuit. These modifications were simple changes to the arrangement of the voltage dividers of the… 
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