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Hydrogen Targets in the Physics of High-Energy Particles

  • L. B. Golovanov

Abstract

Liquid-hydrogen targets for experiments based on electronic methods in high-energy physics are discussed. Information relating to the targets is systematized, methods of determining the principal parameters are presented, and references intended to help in design calculations are given. Hydrogen targets developed in the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research for physical experiments in Dubna and Serpukhov are described. A detailed description of a precision apparatus with a liquid-hydrogen target is presented, and a jet target is also described.

Keywords

Thermal Flux Liquid Hydrogen Heat Inflow Target Window Boiling Liquid 
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