Energy calibration of the ProtoDUNE-SP TPC
The single-phase liquid argon prototype at CERN (ProtoDUNE-SP) acts as a validation of the design
for the DUNE single-phase far detector. With a total mass of 770 tons, it is the largest monolithic
liquid argon single-phase time projection chamber in the world. ProtoDUNE-SP collected test-beam
in autumn of 2018 and has been collecting cosmic and special calibration data since the end of 2018.
To analyze data from the test-beam, a calibration plan using cosmic muons passing through the detector was developed. An outline of this plan and its impact on the calorimetric measurements of the detector will be discussed.
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