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Development of new scintillating fiber detectors for high energy physics applications

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12 Author(s)
B. Ruchti ; Dept. of Phys., Notre Dame Univ., IN, USA ; B. Baumbaugh ; A. Bose ; T. Ditmire
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The development of novel scintillating fiber detectors for colliding-beam and fixed target applications is considered. The authors present initial results from a developmental study of high-refractive-index liquid scintillators and the incorporation of these liquids in glass capillaries. Advantages of liquid-in-capillary fiber detectors include high efficiency and fast decay; the potential for high-resolution tracking, as light emission is expected to be local to the deposited ionization in liquids containing single solutes; the potential for good radiation resistance; and replaceability

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 1 )