Surface detectors of the TAx4 experiment

@article{Abbasi2021SurfaceDO,
  title={Surface detectors of the TAx4 experiment},
  author={R. U. Abbasi and M. Abe and T. Abu-Zayyad and Monica Allen and Y. Arai and Elliott Barcikowski and J. W. Belz and D. R. Bergman and Stephen Blake and Robert Cady and Byung Gu Cheon and Junsei Chiba and Michiyuki Chikawa and T. Fujii and Kozo Fujisue and Kazuhisa Fujita and Ryota Fujiwara and M Asaki Fukushima and R. Fukushima and Greg Furlich and William Hanlon and Masahiko Hayashi and N. Hayashida and K. Hibino and Ryo Higuchi and Kohei Honda and Daisuke Ikeda and Taichi Inadomi and Naoya Inoue and T. Ishii and H. Ito and D. Ivanov and Hirokazu Iwakura and H.-M. Jeong and S. W. Jeong and Charles C. H. Jui and K. Kadota and Fumio Kakimoto and O E Kalashev and K. Kasahara and Saori Kasami and H. Kawai and S. Kawakami and Shingo Kawana and K. Kawata and E. Kido and H‐B. Kim and J.-H. Kim and M.-H. Kim and S.-W. Kim and Y. Kimura and Sho Kishigami and Valentin Kuzmin and M. Kuznetsov and Young Jae Kwon and K.-H. Lee and B. Lubsandorzhiev and J. P. Lundquist and Koji Machida and Hiroyuki Matsumiya and T. Matsuyama and J. N. Matthews and Rosa Mayta and Mayuko Minamino and K. Mukai and Isaac Myers and Shigehiro Nagataki and K. Nakai and R. Nakamura and T. Nakamura and Y. Nakamura and T. Nonaka and Hiroshi Oda and S. Ogio and Munehiro Ohnishi and Hideyuki Ohoka and Yoshiji Oku and Takeshi Okuda and Yoshiharu Omura and M. Ono and Ryota Onogi and Akitoshi Oshima and S. Ozawa and I. H. Park and M. S. Pshirkov and J. Remington and Dolores Rodr{\'i}guez and G. I. Rubtsov and D. Ryu and Hirohiko Sagawa and Ryosuke Sahara and K. Saito and Yasunori Saito and Naoto Sakaki and T. Sako and Naoki Sakurai and K. Sano and K. H. Sato and Terutsugu Seki and Koichi Sekino and Priti Shah and Fumiya Shibata and N. Shibata and T. Shibata and Hideaki Shimodaira and Bok Kyun Shin and H.-S. Shin and Daiki Shinto and J.D. Smith and P. Sokolsky and Naohiro Sone and B. T. Stokes and Thomas Stroman and Takumi Suzawa and Yoshinori Takagi and Y. Takahashi and Mitsuko Takamura and Masatoshi Takeda and R. Takeishi and Akimichi Taketa and Masatoshi Takita and Y. Tameda and H. Tanaka and K. Tanaka and M. Tanaka and Yuta Tanoue and S.B. Thomas and Gordon Bennett Thomson and P. G. Tinyakov and Igor Tkachev and Hisono Tokuno and Takayuki Tomida and Sergey Troitsky and Ryosuke Tsuda and Y. Tsunesada and Yukio Uchihori and Shigeharu Udo and Takafumi Uehama and Federico R. Urban and T. Wong and Kohei Yada and M. Yamamoto and K. Yamazaki and J. Yang and Kenta Yashiro and F. Yoshida and Ya. V. Zhezher and Zachary Zundel},
  journal={Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment},
  year={2021}
}
  • R. Abbasi, M. Abe, Z. Zundel
  • Published 1 March 2021
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment

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