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Active target with plastic scintillating fibers for hyperon-proton scattering experiments

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38 Author(s)
Ahn, J.K. ; Res. Center for Nucl. Phys., Osaka Univ., Japan ; Akikawa, H. ; Arvieux, J. ; Bassalleck, B.
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An active target with plastic scintillating fibers has been constructed. This active target serves as a production target of hyperons, as well as a scattering target, and works as a 4π-detector for charged particles. This system is designed for measurements of hyperon-proton scattering for hyperon momenta of several hundred MeV/c. A spectrometer system for the incident beam and outgoing particles of the hyperon production reaction is linked with this target-detector in order to provide triggers for the imaging device of this detector system. As a control of this detector, the decay constant of the Σ - hyperon has been evaluated

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 2 )