This page lists the public plots illustrating studies performed using Minimum Bias Trigger Scintillators (MBTS).


Distribution of integrated charge induced by cosmic radiation measured with the inner sector of a Run-2 MBTS counter. The inner sector of the counter was read out with 8 wavelength-shifting fibers and 2.1 m clear fiber (Bicron BCF-98), which is the same configuration as will be used in Run-2. The fit to data (blue) estimates the average number of photoelectrons, μ, and is composed of a sum of Gaussians convoluted with a Poissonian.
Date: 13th May 2015

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Light yield measurements performed with a Run-2 MBTS counter with cosmic radiation. Each curve represents the fit to the integrated charge spectrum recorded with the inner and outer sector of the MBTS read out with 4 or 8 wavelength-shifting fibers (WLS). In Run-2 the outer sectors will be read out with 4 WLS, and 2.1 m clear fiber will be used to transport light to the PMTs. The inner sectors with deploy 8 WLS and clear fibers with a length of 2.1 m or 3.6 m. The fit estimates the average number of photoelectrons and is composed of a sum of Gaussians convoluted with a Poissonian. The normalisation is arbitrary. Contact:
Date: 13th May 2015

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