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    TORCH

    A large area time-of-flight detector for particle identification

    Citation

    Harnew, N, Bhasin, S, Blake, T, Brook, NH, Conneely, T, Cussans, D, van Dijk, M, Forty, R, Frei, C, Gabriel, EP, Gao, R, Gershon, TJ, Gys, T, Hadavizadeh, T, Hancock, TH, Kreps, M, Milnes, J, Piedigrossi, D & Rademacker, J, 2019, ‘TORCH: A large area time-of-flight detector for particle identification’. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, vol 936., pp. 595-597

    Abstract

    TORCH is a time-of-flight detector that is being developed for the Upgrade II of the LHCb experiment, with the aim of providing charged particle identification over the momentum range 2–10GeV/c. A small-scale TORCH demonstrator with customised readout electronics has been operated successfully in beam tests at the CERN PS. Preliminary results indicate that a single-photon resolution better than 100ps can be achieved.

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