Physics of particle detection

@inproceedings{Grupen1998PhysicsOP,
  title={Physics of particle detection},
  author={Claus Grupen},
  year={1998}
}
In this review the basic interaction mechanisms of charged and neutral particles are presented. The ionization energy loss of charged particles is fundamental to most particle detectors and is therefore described in more detail. The production of electromagnetic radiation in various spectral ranges leads to the detection of charged particles in scintillation, Cherenkov and transition radiation counters. Photons are measured via the photoelectric effect, Compton scattering or pair production… 
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