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Title: The ICARUS T600 Experiment in the Gran Sasso Underground Laboratory
Authors: Kisiel, Jan
Cieślik, K.
Dąbrowska, A.
Holeczek, Jacek
Kielczewska, D.
Kochanek, Izabela
Kozłowski, T.
Łagoda, J.
Mania, Sławomir
Mijakowski, P.
Palczewski, T. J.
Posiadała, M.
Przewłocki, P.
Rondio, E.
Sobczyk, J.
Stefan, D.
Stepaniak, J.
Sulej, R.
Szarska, M.
Szeglowski, Tomasz
Szeptycka, M.
Wąchała, T.
Zalewska, A.
Keywords: detektory promieniowania; detektory pozycyjne
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Acta Physica Polonica B, Vol. 40, no. 11 (2009), s. 3049-3053
Abstract: With a mass of about 600 tons of Liquid Argon (LAr), the ICARUS T600 detector is the biggest, up to now, LAr Time Projection Chamber (TPC). Following its successful test run, on the Earth surface, in Pavia (Italy) in 2001, the detector is now very close to start data taking in the Gran Sasso underground laboratory. The main features of the LAr TPC technique, together with a short discussion of some of the ICARUS T600 test run results, are presented in this paper.
ISSN: 0587-4254
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