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# Study of thermal neutron flux from SuperKEKB in the Belle II commissioning detector

@inproceedings{Dejong2017StudyOT,
title={Study of thermal neutron flux from SuperKEKB in the Belle II commissioning detector},
author={Samuel Rudy Dejong},
year={2017}
}
The Belle II detector is designed to collect data from the high luminosity electronpositron (e+e−) collisions of the SuperKEKB collider. It will explore the flavour sector of particle physics through precision measurements. The backgrounds of particles induced by the electron and positron beams will be much higher than in any previous e+e− collider. It is important that these backgrounds be well understood in order to ensure appropriate measures are taken to protect the Belle II detector and…
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