Analysis of Multiple Coulomb Scattering of Muons in the MICE Liquid H2 Absorber
The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE), is a multi-national accelerator physics experiment created to demonstrate Ionization Cooling (IC); a new, rapid beam-cooling technique suitable for the short-lived muon. The performance of IC depends on two key processes - energy loss due to collisional ionization, and Multiple Coulomb Scattering (MCS) - for which accurate models are crucial in enabling quantitative design studies for future muon accelerators. Experimental measurements of MCS of positive muons with momenta in the range 170-240 MeV/c in liquid Hydrogen are reported in this paper
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