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Recent results for the CMS tracker silicon detectors

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1 Author(s)
Dell'Orso, R. ; INFN, Pisa, Italy

The paper reports on a detailed study of the radiation resistance of p/sup +/ on n silicon microstrip detectors for the CMS tracking system. From this study, it is seen that the use of low-resistivity substrates with <100> crystal lattice orientation promises excellent performance of the Inner Tracker after heavy irradiation in the Large Hadron Collider environment. Furthermore, the advantage of using detectors thicker than 300 /spl mu/m in the Outer Tracker is discussed together with experimental measurements on prototypes.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 6 )