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DETECTORS AND METHODS OF DETECTION 1
PARTICLE IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUES
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aberrations acceleration achieved alpha particles angular correlation atomic beam sources axis beta particles beta spectrometers cent central ray charged particles charged-particle coils coincidence component decay defined deflection density matrix deuterium deuteron discussed double focusing effects electron energy loss energy range energy resolution exit experimental field profile figure of merit first-order focal plane focus focusing coefficients fringe field FWHM gamma rays heavy-ion hydrogen identification function Instr instrument interaction ion source ionisation magnetic field magnetic spectrometers measurements median plane metastable Methods momentum multipole neutron Nucl nucleus obtained orbit parameters particle identification passing detector permission from reference photomultiplier Phys polarisation vector precession problem produced proton pulse quadrupole radiation radius scattering scintillation phosphors semiconductor detectors shown in figure Siegbahn signal silicon solenoid solid angle spectrometer spectrum Taken with permission target technique theoretical time-of-flight trajectories transfer matrix transition transmission unpolarised usually velocity vertical zero