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A quartz detector has been constructed to be part of the trigger system for the Super High Momentum Spectrometer (SHMS). The SHMS will play a pivotal role in carrying out the 12-GeV physics program at Hall-C Jefferson Lab. The quartz hodoscope consists of twenty one fused silica bars. Each bar is 125 cm long, 5.5 cm wide, 2.5 cm thick, and is viewed by a UV-sensitive PMT on each end. The quartz hodoscopeâ€™s task is to provide a clean detection of charged particles, a high level of background suppression, and an accurate tracking efficiency determination. Initial test results of the quartz detectors which include light yield and position resolution will be presented.
Griego, Jr. Benjamin, "Performance And Results For Quartz Detector For The Superhms Spectrometer At Hall C Jefferson Lab" (2014). Theses. 225.