Development of gaseous particle detectors based on semiconductive plate electrodes

@inproceedings{Rocchi2018DevelopmentOG,
  title={Development of gaseous particle detectors based on semiconductive plate electrodes},
  author={Alessandro Rocchi and Roberto Cardarelli and Giulio Aielli and Elio Alunno Camelia and S. Bruno and Alessandro Caltabiano and Paolo Camarri and A. Di Ciaccio and Barbara Liberti and Lorenzo Massa and Luca Pizzimento},
  year={2018}
}
A new particle detector with sub-nanosecond time resolution capable of working in high-rate environment (rate capability of the order of MHz/cm2) is under developmnet. Semiconductive electrodes with resistivity ρ up to 108 Ω · cm have been used to improve the RPC [1] [2] rate capability. In this paper efficiency and time resolution of three different detector structures are presented. 
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