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Recent test results and status of the HADES detector at GSI

  • James Ritman

Abstract

The High Acceptance Di- Electron Spectrometer (HADES) is a detector system currently being built at GSI (Darmstadt) by a collaboration of about 110 physicists from 19 institutions1. When completed, HADES will be used to measure the production of lepton pairs in pion, proton, and heavy ion induced reactions at SIS energies.

Keywords

Invariant Mass Spectrum Position Resolution Cherenkov Light Dilepton Production Sense Wire 
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Authors and Affiliations

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  1. 1.Bratislava (SAS, PI)Slovakia
  2. 2.Catania (LNS)Italy
  3. 3.Clermont-Ferrand (Univ.)France
  4. 4.Cracow (Univ.)Poland
  5. 5.Darmstadt (GSI)Germany
  6. 6.Dresden (FZR)Germany
  7. 7.Dubna (JINR)Russia
  8. 8.Frankfurt (Univ.)Germany
  9. 9.Giessen (Univ.)Germany
  10. 10.Heidelberg (Univ.)Germany
  11. 11.Milano (Univ.)Italy
  12. 12.Moscow (ITEP)Russia
  13. 13.Moscow (MEPhl)Russia
  14. 14.Nicosia (Univ.)Cyprus
  15. 15.Orsay IPN (Univ.)France
  16. 16.Rez (CAS, NPI)France
  17. 17.Santiago de Compostela (Univ.)Chile
  18. 18.Valencia (Univ.)Spain

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