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The Mark II detector for the SLC

  • Author(s): Abrams, G
  • Adolphsen, CE
  • Akerlof, C
  • Alexander, JP
  • Alvarez, M
  • Averill, D
  • Baden, AR
  • Ballam, J
  • Barish, BC
  • Barklow, T
  • Barnett, BA
  • Bartelt, J
  • Blockus, D
  • De Boer, W
  • Bonvicini, G
  • Boswell, C
  • Boyarski, A
  • Boyer, J
  • Brabson, B
  • Braune, K
  • Breakstone, A
  • Brom, JM
  • Bulos, F
  • Burchat, PR
  • Burke, DL
  • Butler, F
  • Calvino, F
  • Cence, RJ
  • Chapman, J
  • Chmeissani, M
  • Cords, D
  • Coupal, DP
  • Dauncey, P
  • Destaebler, HC
  • Dorfan, DE
  • Dorfan, JM
  • Drell, PS
  • Drewer, DC
  • Fay, J
  • Feldman, GJ
  • Fernandes, D
  • Fernandez, E
  • Field, RC
  • Ford, WT
  • Fordham, C
  • Frey, R
  • Fujino, D
  • Gan, KK
  • Gatto, C
  • Gero, E
  • Gidal, G
  • Glanzman, T
  • Goldhaber, G
  • Gomez Cadenas, JJ
  • Gong, X
  • Gratta, G
  • Green, A
  • Grosse-Wiesmann, P
  • Haggerty, J
  • Hanson, G
  • Harr, R
  • Harral, B
  • Harris, FA
  • Hawkes, CM
  • Hayes, K
  • Hearty, C
  • Herrup, D
  • Heusch, CA
  • Himel, T
  • Hinshaw, DA
  • Hoenk, M
  • Holmgren, SO
  • Hong, SJ
  • Hutchinson, D
  • Hylen, J
  • Innes, WR
  • Jacobsen, RG
  • Jaffre, M
  • Jaros, JA
  • Jung, CK
  • Juricic, I
  • Kadyk, JA
  • Karlen, D
  • Kent, J
  • King, M
  • Klein, SR
  • Koepke, L
  • Koetke, D
  • Koide, A
  • Komamiya, S
  • Koska, W
  • Kowalski, LA
  • Kozanecki, W
  • Kral, JF
  • Kuhlen, M
  • Labarga, L
  • Lankford, AJ
  • Larsen, RR
  • Levi, ME
  • Li, Z
  • et al.
Abstract

The Mark II detector has been upgraded in preparation for its role as the first detector to take data at the Stanford Linear Collider. The new detector components include the central drift chamber, the time-of-flight system, the coil, the endcap electromagnetic calorimeters and the beam energy and luminosity measuring devices. There have also been improvements in detector hermeticity. All of the major components were installed for a test run at the PEP storage ring (√s = 29 GeV) in 1985. This paper describes the upgraded detector, including its trigger and data acquisition systems, and gives performance figures for its components. Future improvements are also discussed. © 1989.

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