Muon detection in the L3 experiment at LEP

B. Adeva, M. Aguilar-Benitez, D. Antreasyan, U. Becker, J. Berdugo, G. J. Bobbink, J. Branson, J. Burger, C. Burgos, D. Campana, F. Carbonara, M. Cerrada, Y. H. Chang, M. L. Chen, G. Chiefari, E. Drago, P. Duinker, I. Duran, F. C. Erné, R. FabbrettiM. Fabre, S. S. Gau, M. Gettner, E. Gonzalez, H. van der Graaf, F. G. Hartjes, V. Innocente, A. C. König, S. Lanzano, J. M. LeGoff, L. Li, C. Mana, L. Martinez-Laso, G. G.G. Massaro, P. McBride, L. Merola, M. Napolitano, J. Onvlee, G. Paternoster, S. Patricelli, Y. Peng, O. Prokofiev, J. M. Qian, P. Razis, L. Romero, J. A. Rubio, H. Rykaczewski, J. Salicio, A. Schetkowski, P. Schmitt, C. Sciacca, P. Seiler, V. Suvorov, K. Strauch, C. Timmermans, S. Volkov, J. H. Wang, Q. F. Wang, T. Wenaus, M. White, R. Wilhelm, C. Willmott, B. Wyslouch, C. G. Yang, S. C. Yeh

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Abstract

The L3 muon spectrometer is presented. Characteristics, useful for experiments at future accelerators, are highlighted. Particular emphasis is given to the systems envisaged to keep the error on the relative alignment of detectors below 30 μm and so reach a momentum resolution Δp p = 2% at p = 45 GeV/c.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)187-193
Number of pages7
JournalNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
Volume277
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 15 Apr 1989

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