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04 July 2020
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Development of a Momentum Determined Electron Beam in the 1 -45 GeV Range
V.A. Batarin ; J. Butler ; A.A. Derevschikov ; Yu.V. Formin ; V. Frolov ; V.N. Grishin ; V.A. Kachanov ; V.Y. Khodyrev ; A.S. Konstantinov ; V.I. Krasvtsov ; Y. Kubota ; V.M. Leontiev ; V.A. Maisheev ; Ya.A. Matulenko ; A.P. Meschanin ; Y.M. Melnick ; N.G. Minaev ; V.V. Mochalov ; D.A. Morozov ; L.V. Nogach ; P.A. Semenov ; K.E. Shestermanov ; L.F. Soloviev ; V.L. Solovianov ; S. Stone ; M.N. Ukhanov ; A.V. Uzunian ; A.N. Vasiliev ; A.E. Yakutin ; J. Yarba ;
Date 9 Aug 2002
Journal Nucl.Instrum.Meth. A510 (2003) 211-218
Subject High Energy Physics - Experiment; Instrumentation and Detectors | hep-ex physics.ins-det
AbstractA beam line for electrons with energies in the range of 1 to 45 GeV, low contamination of hadrons and muons and high intensity up to 10^6 per accelerator spill at 27 GeV was setup at U70 accelerator in Protvino, Russia. A beam tagging system based on drift chambers with 160 micron resolution was able to measure relative electron beam momentum precisely. The resolution sigma_p p was 0.13% at 45 GeV where multiple scattering is negligible. This test beam setup provided the possibility to study properties of lead tungstate crystals (PbWO_4) for the BTeV experiment at Fermilab.
Source arXiv, hep-ex/0208012
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