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A Compact Solid State Detector for Small Angle Particle Tracking
S. Altieri ; O. Barnaba ; A. Braghieri ; M. Cambiaghi ; A. Lanza ; T. Locatelli ; A. Panzeri ; P. Pedroni ; T. Pinelli P. Jennewein ; M. Lang ; I. Preobrazhensky J.R.M. Annand ; F. Sadiq ;
Date 9 Nov 1999
Journal Nucl.Instrum.Meth. A452 (2000) 185-191
Subject nucl-ex
Affiliation INFN Pavia, Italy. Phys. Dep. Univ. Pavia, Italy) P. Jennewein, M. Lang, I. Preobrazhensky (KPH Univ. Mainz, Germany) J.R.M. Annand, F. Sadiq (Phys. and Astr. Dep. Univ. Glasgow, Scotland
AbstractMIDAS (MIcrostrip Detector Array System) is a compact silicon tracking telescope for charged particles emitted at small angles in intermediate energy photonuclear reactions. It was realized to increase the angular acceptance of the DAPHNE detector and used in an experimental program to check the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn sum rule at the Mainz electron microtron, MAMI. MIDAS provides a trigger for charged hadrons, p/pi identification and particle tracking in the region 7 deg < theta < 16 deg. In this paper we present the main characteristics of MIDAS and its measured performances.
Source arXiv, nucl-ex/9911001
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