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An electromagnetic calorimeter for the JLab real compton scattering experiment

Author:
Hamilton, D. J.  Shahinyan, A.  Wojtsekhowski, B.  Annand, J. R. M.  Chang, T. -H.  Chudakov, E.  Danagoulian, A.  Degtyarenko, P.  Egiyan, K.  Gilman, R.  Gorbenko, V.  Hines, J.  Hovhannisyan, E.  Hyde-Wright, C. E.  de Jager, C. W.  Ketikyan, A.  Mamyan, V. H.  Michaels, R.  Nathan, A. M.  Nelyubin, V.  Rachek, I.  Roedelbrom, M.  Petrosyan, A.  Pomatsalyuk, R.  Popov, V.  Segal, J.  Shestakov, Y.  Templon, J.  Voskanyan, H.  


Journal:
NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT


Issue Date:
2011


Abstract(summary):

A lead-glass hodoscope calorimeter that was constructed for use in the Jefferson Lab Real Compton Scattering experiment is described. The detector provides a measurement of the coordinates and the energy of scattered photons in the GeV energy range with resolutions of 5 mm and 6%/root E(gamma) GeV. Features of both the detector design and its performance in the high luminosity environment during the experiment are presented. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


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