Setup for multicoincidence experiments of photons in the extreme ultraviolet to visible spectral range and charged particles-The solid angle maximization approach.

@article{Hans2019SetupFM,
  title={Setup for multicoincidence experiments of photons in the extreme ultraviolet to visible spectral range and charged particles-The solid angle maximization approach.},
  author={Andreas Hans and C Ozga and Ph. Schmidt and Gregor Hartmann and A. Nehls and Philip Wenzel and Clemens Richter and Christian T. Lant and X. Holzapfel and J. H. Viehmann and Uwe Hergenhahn and Arno Ehresmann and Andr{\'e} Knie},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2019},
  volume={90 9},
  pages={
          093104
        }
}
The coincident detection of particles is a powerful method in experimental physics, enabling the investigation of a variety of projectile-target interactions. The vast majority of coincidence experiments is performed with charged particles, as they can be guided by electric or magnetic fields to yield large detection probabilities. When a neutral species or a photon is one of the particles recorded in coincidence, its detection probability typically suffers from small solid angles. Here, we… 

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