Studies of wavelength-shifting liquid filled quartz capillaries for use in a proposed CMS calorimeter

@article{Baumbaugh2015StudiesOW,
  title={Studies of wavelength-shifting liquid filled quartz capillaries for use in a proposed CMS calorimeter},
  author={Barry W. Baumbaugh and Tim S Adams and M. W. Arenton and A. J. Askew and Rolf Becker and Burak Bilki and Adolf Bornheim and Bradley E. Cox and Paul Debbins and Nilabha Dev and Gunther Dissertori and Brian B. Dolezal and Kris Ford and S. Goadhouse and Robert Hirosky and Adriaan H. Heering and C. P. Jessop and Hengne Li and Percy Link and Werner Lustermann and Marina Marinelli and Mike McKenna and P. Meridani and Francis Micheli and Carsten Mohs and Y. Musenko and Francesca Nessi-Tedaldi and Corey Neu and Harvey Newman and Yasar Onel and Randal C. Ruchti and N. Siwiets and Maria Spiropulu and T. Tabarelli-de Fatis and J. Taylor and Mark J. Vigneault and Marta Wayne and Fan Yang and Liyuan Zhang and R.-Y Zhu},
  journal={2015 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-6}
}
Studies have been done and continue on the design and construction of a Shashlik detector using Radiation hard quartz capillaries filled with wavelength shifting liquid to collect the scintillation light from LYSO crystals for use as a calorimeter in the Phase II CMS upgrade at CERN. The work presented here focuses on the studies of the capillaries and liquids that would best suit the purpose of the detector. Comparisons are made of various liquids, concentrations, and capillary construction… CONTINUE READING

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