The Caltech Prototype Scintillator Monopole Detector
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NATO ASI Series
book series (NSSB, volume 111)
A scintillator detector for magnetic monopoles was built, emphasizing enough redundancy for unambiguous detection of monopoles if a signal is found. This detector, now in operation, is intended as a prototype for a much larger detector required to reach the Parker bound.
KeywordsDrift Time Magnetic Monopole Trigger Rate Unambiguous Detection Fast Coincidence
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