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Materials for Future Calorimeters

@inproceedings{Yeh2022MaterialsFF,
  title={Materials for Future Calorimeters},
  author={Minfang Yeh and R Y Zhu},
  year={2022}
}
Future HEP experiments present stringent challenges to calorimeter materials in radiation tolerance, time response and project cost. The 2019 report of the DOE Basic Research Needs Study on High Energy Physics Detector Research and Development points out three priority research directions for future calorimetry. Following these research directions letters of interest were submitted to the Snowmass organized by the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physics Society. This report… 

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