SNO-STR-90-105 Design of a solid-scintillator based Neutral Current Detector

@inproceedings{Hargrove2002SNOSTR90105DO,
  title={SNO-STR-90-105 Design of a solid-scintillator based Neutral Current Detector},
  author={C. K. Hargrove and Daniel Kessler and David L. Paterson},
  year={2002}
}
The triton and the alpha particle will move in opposite directions and produce light pulses in the adjoining scintillators that will be detected in coincidence. This design would have the following advantages: 1. Neutral-current events can be detected in real time, which is crucial if we want to study time-variations of the solar neutrinos, not to mention the possibility of stellar collapses. 2. Preliminary studies show that background can probably be reduced to manageable proportions, thanks… CONTINUE READING

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