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Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Research: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 305 (1991) 331-343
Performance of a uranium/tetramethylpentane electromagnetic and hadronic calorimeter
R. J. Apsimon, C. Bacci, G. Bauer, A. Bézaguet, D. Bloess, J. M. Bodenes, R. Bonino, C. D. Buchanan, G. Busetto, A. Caner, L. Casoli, H. Castilla-Valdez, F. Cavanna1, P. Cennini, S. Centro, F. Ceradini, R. Conte, M. Dellanegra, Anna Di Ciaccio, Giorgi M. De, Hedo F. J. Diez, Daniel Drijard, L. Dumps, H. Evans, A. Ferrando, T. A. Fuess, Alain Givernaud, A. Gonidec, J. B. Gronberg, I. Josa-Mutuberria, W. Kienzle, Manfred Krammer, F. Lacava, M. Lindgren, D. Marchand, R. Martinelli, Guy Maurin, A. T. Meneguzzo, M. Mohammadi, K. Morgan, R. C. Muñoz, L. Naumann, P. Nédélec, Stanislas Otwinowski, E. Petrolo, Mortari G. Piano, Alfredo Placci, L. Pontecorvo, Ernst Radermacher, Jean Pierre Charles Revol, D. Robinson, T. Rodrigo, Carlo Rubbia, D. Schinzel, W. F. Schmidt, C. Seez, W. Seidl, D. H. Stork, Claudia J. Stubenrauch, K. Sumorok, Q. H. Tan, S. Tether, H. F. Teykal, E. Torrente-Lujan, O. Ullaland, De Guchte M. W. Van, Stefano Veneziano, Tejinder S. Virdee, V. Vuillemin, G. Walzel, I. Wingerter-Seez1, X. Wu, P. L. Zotto
UA1 Collaboration(s)
(1991)

We present results from the barrel depleted uranium/TMP calorimeter modules constructed by the UA1 Collaboration. Electromagnetic and hadronic energy resolutions have been measured using electron and pion beams with momenta in the range 7 to 70 GeV/c. Results on the energy linearity and the spatial uniformity of response are reported. The electromagnetic shower position resolution has been measured as a function of energy using a fine grained position detector placed at a depth of − 3.5small chi, Greek0. The noise arising both from the electronics chain and from the uranium radioactivity is compared with 70 GeV/c muon signals. The ratio of the electron to pion response has been measured both as a function of the energy and of the electric field. The high lateral and longitudinal granularity of the calorimeter and the presence of a position detector have been used to determine the electron pion separation as a function of energy.
1 :  LAPP - Laboratoire d'Annecy le Vieux de Physique des Particules
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