Radiation Damage Effects in Channeling Applications
Typical intensities of proton beams extracted from high energy (GeV) accelerators are 1012 to 1013 protons per acceleration cycle or pulse. Targets counting rates for experiments which count individual particles are around 106 Hz. Thus, there are usually sufficient protons available to split the beam a number of times and deliver protons to several experiments simultaneously.
KeywordsSilicon Crystal Semiconductor Detector Drift Chamber Irradiate Crystal Acceleration Cycle
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