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Electron beam test of the large area Mu2e calorimeter prototype

Atanov, N. and Echenard, B. and Hitlin, D. and Miyashita, T. S. and Porter, F. and Zhu, R. Y. (2019) Electron beam test of the large area Mu2e calorimeter prototype. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1162 (1). Art. No. 012027. ISSN 1742-6596. doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1162/1/012027.

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The Mu2e calorimeter consists of 1348 pure CsI crystals coupled to two large area UV-extended Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPMs) organized in two separate annular disks. An intense R&D phase has been pursued to check if this configuration satisfies the Mu2e requirements. In May 2017, a dedicated test has been performed at the Beam Test Facility (BTF) in Frascati (Italy) where the large calorimeter prototype (Module-0) has been exposed to an electron beam in the energy range between 60 and 120 MeV. The prototype consists of 51 crystals, each one readout by two Mu2e SiPMs. We present results for timing and energy resolution both for electrons at normal incidence (0°) and at a grazing impact angle (50°) more similar to the experiment configuration. At 100 MeV, an energy resolution of 5.4% (7.4%) at normal (grazing) incidence has been achieved in good agreement with Monte Carlo expectation. In the same energy range, a time resolution of ~ XX ps (~ YY ps) has been measured at normal incidence with 1 GHz (250 MHz) sampling rate. Dependence of time and energy resolutions as a function of beam energy and impinging angle are also presented.

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Official Citation:N. Atanov et al 2019 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1162 012027
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