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Volume 322 - 5th International Conference on Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors (MPGD2017) - Main session
Status of the BONuS12 Radial Time Projection Chamber
G. Charles,* S. Bueltmann, G. Dodge, N. Dzbenski, M. Ehrhart, S.E. Kuhn, D. Payette, J. Poudel, K. Griffioen, P. Baron, I. Mandjavidze, E. Christy, A. Nadeeshani, H. Fenker, N. Kalantarians, J. Zhang, C.A. Gayoso On behalf of the CLAS Collaboration
*corresponding author
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Part of the experimental program in Hall B of the Jefferson Lab, Virginia, USA is dedicated to studying neutron structure functions using deep inelastic scattering on nuclei. For this purpose, the BONuS12 experiment will detect low momentum recoil protons in coincidence with scattered electrons. The protons will be detected by a second-generation Radial Time Projection Chamber (RTPC) using triple Gas Electron Multiplier foils for amplification while the scattered electrons will be detected by the CLAS12 spectrometer installed in Hall B. The following article presents the status of the BONuS12 RTPC detector that will take data within the next 2 years. The main improvements made from the previous BONuS RTPC: the new electronics and mounting process are presented. We also detail some aspect of the gas simulation.
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