Your Search Results

Use this resource - and many more! - in your textbook!

AcademicPub holds over eight million pieces of educational content for you to mix-and-match your way.

Experience the freedom of customizing your course pack with AcademicPub!
Not an educator but still interested in using this content? No problem! Visit our provider's page to contact the publisher and get permission directly.

Performance of CVD diamond microstrip detectors under particle irradiation

By: Zoeller, M.M.; Bauer, C.; Baumann, I.; Colledani, C.; Conway, J.; Delpierre, P.; Djama, F.; Dulinski, W.; Fallou, A.; Gan, K.K.; Gilmore, R.S.; Grigoriev, E.; Hallewell, G.; Han, S.; Hrubec, J.; Husson, D.; Kagan, H.; Kania, D.; Kass, R.; Knopfle, K.T.; Krammer, M.; Llewellyn, T.J.; Manfredi, P.F.; Meier, D.; Pan, L.S.; Pernegger, H.; Pernicka, M.; Re, V.; Roe, S.; Roff, D.; Rudge, A.; Schaeffer, M.; Schnetzer, S.; Speziali, V.; Stone, R.; Tapper, R.J.; Tesarek, R.; Trischuk, W.; Turchetta, R.; Thomson, G.B.; Walsh, M.; Weilhammer, P.; Ziock, H.;

1996 / IEEE / 0-7803-3534-1

Description

This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Performance of CVD diamond microstrip detectors under particle irradiation ' The inherent properties of diamond make it an ideal material for detectors in the high rate, high radiation environments near the collision point of future colliders such as the LHC. We have constructed charged particle position sensitive detectors using high quality Chemical Vapour Deposited (CVD) diamond. Using detectors with a 50 /spl mu/m strip pitch, we achieved a most probable signal-to-noise ratio of 27/1 and a position resolution of 12-15 /spl mu/m. To ascertain the radiation hardness properties of CVD diamond, we have exposed detectors to 10 MRad /sup 60/Co, 5/spl times/10/sup 14/ 300 MeV pions/cm/sup 2/, 10/sup 14/ 500 MeV protons/cm/sup 2/, and 10/sup 15/ neutrons/cm/sup 2/. The results show that CVD diamond is an extremely radiation hard material and well suited for particle detector production.