Preliminary Polarization Results at Fermilab Energies
This paper describes the jet target, the superconducting spectrometer and the polarimeter used to measure the recoil proton polarization in an Indiana University experiment at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Analysis procedures and data checks are explained and preliminary results are presented and compared with model predictions. The future plans for the experiment are also discussed.
KeywordsPolarization Result Carbon Target Proportional Chamber Double Scattering Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
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