Misconceptions about Calorimetry

@inproceedings{Livan2017MisconceptionsAC,
  title={Misconceptions about Calorimetry},
  author={Michele Livan and Richard Wigmans},
  year={2017}
}
In the past 50 years, calorimeters have become the most important detectors in many particle physics experiments, especially experiments in colliding-beam accelerators at the energy frontier. In this paper, we describe and discuss a number of common misconceptions about these detectors, as well as the consequences of these misconceptions. We hope that it may serve as a useful source of information for young colleagues who want to familiarize themselves with these tricky instruments. 

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