Performance of the low pressure MWPCs for fission fragments under a high background

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SONG Yu-Shou, Margaryan A, HU Bi-Tao and TANG Li-Guang. Performance of the low pressure MWPCs for fission fragments under a high background[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2011, 35(8): 758-762. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/35/8/011
SONG Yu-Shou, Margaryan A, HU Bi-Tao and TANG Li-Guang. Performance of the low pressure MWPCs for fission fragments under a high background[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2011, 35(8): 758-762.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/35/8/011 shu
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Performance of the low pressure MWPCs for fission fragments under a high background

Abstract: Two couples of low pressure multi-wire proportional chambers (MWPC) were located in the target chamber to detect fission fragments in a hypernuclei producing experiment at Thomas Jefferson National Laboratory (Jlab). In the experiment, a continuous wave (CW) electron beam was applied to form hypernuclei by electromagnetic interaction. In the target chamber, the high energy (1.853 GeV) and high intensity (500 nA) primary electron beam caused a high particle background, which influenced the detection of the fission fragments. This report described the design of the MWPCs and studied the fission-fragment detecting performance of them under such a high background. The efficiency of the MWPCs was given with the help of a high resolution kaon spectrometer. At the same time, the background particles were discussed with a Monte Carlo code based on GEANT4.

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