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Sarrao, Z. Fisk, C. Petrovic, M. Eskildsen, Science , Movshovich, N. Oeschler, P. Steglich, J. Thompson, P.
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Pagliuso, and J. The most surprising observation was, however, that the scattering intensity of the vortex lattice increases with the field Fig.
Proof of such a signal at low-energies would be the decay of a muon into a positron and photon — the search for this decay being the goal of MEG. One early highlight was. Figure 2 Right shows the calorimeter on the detector platform after liquefaction of the Xenon gas at Kelvin, yielding some litres of liquid Xenon inside the vessel.
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With a suitable selection from a NaI detector, mono-energetic photons of 55, 83 and MeV could be. The initial phase involved beam. The experimental search for the Higgs boson and super symmetric particles will be a major task for which the pixel device will play a vital role in detecting picosecond long-lived particles that are crucial in the search for new fundamental laws of physics. The barrel part of this detector was developed at PSI and entered its final construction phase in It is roughly 56 cm long, weighs about 5.
Each layer is tiled together with pixel modules as shown.
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For the complete construction of the three barrel layers a total of modules were built and thoroughly tested. This implied thermal cycling from room temperature to the final operating temperature of. Figure 2: A pixel module is mounted onto the carbon fibre mechanics with integrated cooling by use of tiny swiss watch screws. For the three-layer barrel this results in about 15 Giga transistors that need to work flawlessly for data collection that is expected to start in The micro-bump-bonding connection of the pixel sensor elements to the corresponding pixel signal.
They were fabricated following special processing steps at the wafer level in the Laboratory for Micro- and Nanotechnology The actual merging between sensor and ROCs is carried out by a very precise chip placement machine developed at PSI and that has since been transferred to industry for commercialisation. Detector assembly The challenging task of assembling the pixel modules in complete detector shells proceeded rather smoothly and is now complete.
The pixel modules are fixed onto the carbon fibre structure with tiny screws from the Swiss watch industry. After thorough testing at PSI the pixel detector will be shipped. Schumann, S. Horn, S. Dillmann, C. Domingo Pardo, F. Marganiec, F. Voss, S. Walter, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, more than a factor of two, clearly obscuring the abun-.
Heil, R. Germany; more than a factor of two, clearly abunthan a factor of two, clearly obscuring the abunJ. Goerres, E. Uberseder, M. The for such an experiExperimental solutions to this problem are are therefore Experimental solutions to this problem aa nuclear connection nuclear connection ment is the availability of a sufficient amount oftherefore Fe as TheThe precondition for such an experiurgently needed.
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Uberseder, 6 60 J. Wiescher University of J. Goerres, M. Wiescher University of 60 The isotope Fe, with a half-life of 1. Besides the desired iron isotope, the the protons used. Ti asawere the main contaminants, which would have im- were 60 Current attempts to reconstruct the inventory of short-lived used.
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