Resistive Gaseous Detectors. Designs, Performance, and Perspectives

  • ID: 4380011
  • Book
  • 400 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This first book to critically summarize the latest achievements and emerging applications within this interdisciplinary topic focuses on one of the most important types of detectors for elementary particles and photons: resistive plate chambers (RPCs).

In the first part, the outstanding, international team of authors comprehensively describes and presents the features and design of single and double–layer RPCs before covering more advanced multi–layer RPCs. The second part then focuses on the application of RPCs in high energy physics, materials science, medicine and security.

Throughout, the experienced authors adopt a didactic approach, with each subject presented in a simple way, increasing in complexity step by step.

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Preface

Introduction

"Classical" Gaseous Detectors and Their Limits

Historical Developments Leading to Modern Resistive Gaseous Detectors

Basics of Resistive Plate Chambers

Further Developments in Resistive Plate Chambers

Resistive Plate Chambers in High Energy Physics Experiments

Materials and Aging in Resistive Plate Chambers

Advanced Designs: High–Rate, High–Spatial Resolution Resistive Plate Chambers

New Developments in the Family of Gaseous Detectors: Micropattern Detectors with Resistive Electrodes

Applications beyond High Energy Physics and Current Trends

Conclusions and Perspectives

Appendix: Some Guidelines for RPC Fabrication
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Marcello Abbrescia
Vladimir Peskov
Paulo Fonte
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