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Using the Whole Buffalo: Coordinating Subsystems of the DUNE Far Detector Prototype for a Measurement of Light Att...

INES Colloquium

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Time
12-12:50 p.m.
Location
Description
Using the Whole Buffalo: Coordinating Subsystems of the DUNE Far Detector Prototype for a Measurement of Light Attenuation in Liquid Argon

This talk will discuss the commissioning and performance of the prototype detector, the capture and reconstruction of cosmic-ray muons, and a novel analysis developed to measure the Rayleigh scattering length, a component of attenuation for scintillated light in liquid argon.
Cost
Free

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