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2003, Article, Development of a Liquid Xenon Photon Detector -Toward the Search for a Muon Rare Decay Mode at Paul Scherrer Institut-, , Cryogenics Engineering(in Japanese) cryogenics.pdf
 
2002, PSI Annual report, Liquid Xenon Purification Studies for the MEG (mu-->e gamma) Photon Calorimeter, , PSI Annual Report 02 
 
2002, PSI Annual report, Beam Line Studies for the MEG Experiment (mu --> e gamma), , PSI Annual Report 02 
 
2003, Article, Capacitive level meter for liquid rare gases, , Cryogenics levelmeter.pdf
 
2004, Article, Development of a liquid-xenon photon detector towards the search for a muon rare decay mode at Paul Scherrer Institute, , Cryogenics 
 
2004, Article, MEG goes in search of the forbidden, , CERN Courier 
 
2004, Article, Absorption of Scintillation Light in a 100L Liquid Xenon Gamma Ray Detector and Expected Detector Performance, , physics/0407033 
 
2004, Article, Liquid Xe scintillation calorimetry and Xe optical properties, , physics/0401072 
 
2005, Article, Absorption of scintillation light in a 100 L liquid xenon gamma-ray detector and expected detector performance, , NIMA 
 
2005, Article, Development of a Method for Liquid Xenon Purification Using a Cryogenic Centrifugal Pump, , TEION KOGAKU (J. Cryo. Soc. Jpn.) , in Japanese 572-578.pdf
 
2006, Article, Development of a Method for Liquid Xenon Purification Using a Cryogenic Centrifugal Pump, , Cryogenics 
 
2006, Article, Liquid xenon scintillation calorimetry and Xe optical properties, , Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, IEEE Transactions on  Published.pdf
 
2006, Article, A radioactive point-source lattice for calibrating and monitoring the liquid xenon calorimeter of the MEG experiment, , NIMA nima.pdf
2006, Article, A cryogenic facility for testing the PMTs of the MEG liquid xenon calorimeter., , Nucl.Instrum.Meth. 
Abstract

We built and operated a cryogenic facility for testing in liquid xenon the photomultipliers (PMTs) to be used in the electromagnetic calorimeter of the MEG experiment. In this paper we describe the working principle of the facility and we report on the characteristics measured for some PMTs.

Keywords: Photomultipliers; Calibration; Liquid xenon; Calorimeters; Scintillation light, detectors, cryogenic detectors

PACS classification codes: 85.60.Ha; 06.20.Fn; 07.20.Mc; 07.20.Fw; 29.40.Mc
2006, Article, Performance of the Domino Ring Sampler in the MAGIC experiment, , Nucl. Instrum. Meth. 
2009, Article, Development of a large volume zero boil-off liquid xenon storage system for muon rare decay experiment (MEG), , Cryogenics sdarticle.pdf
 
2010, Article, A limit for the mu -> e gamma decay from the MEG experiment, , Nuclear Physics B 
A search for the decay mu -> e gamma, performed at PSI and
based on data from the initial three months of operation of the MEG
experiment, yields an upper limit
BR(mu -> e gamma) < 2.8 x 10**-11 (90% C.L.).
Positrons and photons from ~ 10**14 stopped mu-decays
were measured by a superconducting positron spectrometer and a
900 litre liquid xenon photon detector.

 

2010, Article, Application of the DRS Chip for Fast Waveform Digitizing , , NIMA nima.pdf
 
2008, Article, Charged Lepton Flavor Violation Experiments, , Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science 0807_charged_lepton_flavor_violation_experiments.pdf
 
2008, Article, Flavor physics of leptons and dipole moments, , The European Physical Journal C 
 
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