A sub-millimeter spatial resolution achieved by a large sized glass RPC

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LI Qi-Te, YE Yan-Lin, JI Wei, WEN Chao, LIU Hong-Tao and GE Yu-Cheng. A sub-millimeter spatial resolution achieved by a large sized glass RPC[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(1): 016002. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/1/016002
LI Qi-Te, YE Yan-Lin, JI Wei, WEN Chao, LIU Hong-Tao and GE Yu-Cheng. A sub-millimeter spatial resolution achieved by a large sized glass RPC[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(1): 016002.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/1/016002 shu
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A sub-millimeter spatial resolution achieved by a large sized glass RPC

    Corresponding author: YE Yan-Lin,

Abstract: Three large sized glass resistive plate chambers (RPCs) are built and applied to measure the spatial resolution of the detector. The readout strips are collected to a LC delay-line and the time difference is used to determine the position. Cosmic rays are triggered by a set of two scintillation counters and the coincidently measured positions from the three RPCs are used to deduce the position uncertainty. In average a spatial resolution of 0.90 mm (FWHM) is obtained for a single RPC, with a good uniformity across the detection area. This result suggests that large sized glass RPC operating in the avalanche mode is a promising candidate for muon tomography detection system.

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