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Use of Entrance Hodoscope for Particle Identification in Very-High-Energy Blbble Chamber Experiments

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4 Author(s)
W. Selove ; University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; H. Brody ; E. Leboy ; R. Fullwood

At energies of 10 Bev and higher, it is not easy to obtain physically separated beams of ¿ and ¿ mesons. We have constructed a hodoscope system which will register the identity of each of 20 particles entering a bubble chamber over a 100 microsecond time interval. Particles are localized by a scintillator hodoscope with matrix elements 1 cm square. Particle identity is determined with Cerenkov counters. The combined information is displayed on an oscilloscope and photographed at each bubble chamber expansion.

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IRE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )