Development of the kaon tagging system for the NA62 experiment at CERN


The NA62 experiment at CERN aims to make a precision measurement of the ultra-rare decay K → πνν, and relies on a differential Cherenkov detector (KTAG) to identify charged kaons at an average rate of 50 MHz in a 750 MHz unseparated hadron beam. The experimental sensitivity of NA62 to K-decay branching ratios (BR) of 10−11 requires a time resolution for the… (More)


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