The CHORUS experiment to search for nu(mu)->nu(tau) oscillation

1997-12-01
Eskut, E
Kayis, A
Onengut, G
vanDantzig, R
Konijn, J
Oldeman, RGC
vanderPoel, CAFJ
Uiterwijk, JWE
Visschers, JL
Ayan, AS
Pesen, E
SerinZeyrek, M
Sever, R
Tolun, P
Zeyrek, Mehmet Tevfik
Armenise, N
Cassol, F
Catanesi, MG
Muciaccia, MT
Radicioni, E
Simone, S
Vivolo, L
Eckstein, D
Lendermann, P
MeyerSievers, A
Patzak, T
Winter, K
Righini, P
Saitta, B
Annis, P
Gruwe, M
Mommaert, C
VanderDonckt, M
VandeVyver, B
Vilain, P
Wilquet, G
DiCapua, E
Ferroni, M
Luppi, C
Ricciardi, S
Ishii, Y
Kawamura, T
Kazuno, M
Ogawa, S
Shibuya, H
Beyer, R
Brunner, J
Carnevale, G
Fabre, JP
Ferreira, R
Flegel, W
Gurin, R
deJong, M
Litmaath, M
Ludovici, L
Macina, D
Drees, RM
Meinhard, H
Niu, E
Overas, H
Panman, J
Riccardi, F
Rozanov, A
Saltzberg, D
Stefanini, G
Tzenov, R
Weinheimer, C
Wong, HT
Zucchelli, P
Goldberg, J
Hoepfner, K
Chikawa, H
Arik, E
Birol, I
Mailov, AA
Hahn, CH
Jang, HI
Kim, JY
Kim, SN
Park, IG
Park, MS
Song, JS
Yoon, CS
Kodama, K
Ushida, N
Aoki, S
Hara, T
Brooijmans, G
Favart, D
Gregoire, G
Herin, J
Lemaitre, V
Artamonov, A
Epstein, V
Gorbunov, P
Khovansky, V
Shamanov, V
Smirnitsky, V
Bonekamper, D
Frekers, D
Rondeshagen, D
Wolff, T
Hoshino, K
Kobayashi, M
Komatzu, M
Kotaka, Y
Kozaki, T
Miyanishi, M
Nakamura, M
Nakano, T
Niu, K
Niwa, K
Obayashi, Y
Sato, O
Toshito, T
Buontempo, S
Casagrande, L
Cocco, AG
DAmbrosio, N
Ereditato, A
Fiorillo, G
Garufi, F
MarchettiStasi, F
Messina, M
Migliozzi, P
Palladino, V
Sorrentino, S
Strolin, P
Nakamura, K
Okusawa, T
Yoshida, T
Capone, A
DePedis, D
DiLiberto, S
Dore, U
Loverre, PF
Maslennikov, A
Mazzoni, MA
Meddi, F
Piredda, G
Santacesaria, R
Di Bartolomeo, A
Bozza, C
Grella, G
Iovane, G
Romano, G
Rosa, G
Sato, Y
Tezuka, I
A new experimental apparatus, designed principally for a high sensitivity search for nu( --> mu(tau) oscillation, has been successfully constructed and made operational by the CHORUS Collaboration for the CERN-WA95 experiment. It consists of a large emulsion target, a scintillating fiber tracker system with optoelectronics read-out, an air-core magnet, a set of trigger hodoscopes, a calorimeter based on the lead/scintillating-fiber technique, and a muon spectrometer. The design, construction and performance of the entire apparatus and of the different detectors are described.
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Citation Formats
E. Eskut et al., “The CHORUS experiment to search for nu(mu)->nu(tau) oscillation,” NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT, pp. 7–44, 1997, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63120.