Simulating GeV particles in a very large liquid scintillator detector

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Aithousa Mitropoulos

Aithousa Mitropoulos

Megaron, Athens - Greece

Speakers

Jarek Kaspar (CENPA / University of Washington) Sanshiro Enomoto (CENPA / University of Washington)

Description

Large liquid scintillation detectors could be an alternative to water Cherenkov and liquid Argon detectors for high energy neutrino measurements, in the GeV energy range, suitable for both cosmic ray studies and a long baseline neutrino experiment. We demonstrate the ability of a 100 kton detector to distinguish the lepton flavor, discuss sensitivity to pions, and show a track finder. The research has been supported under DOE Grant #DE-FG02-97ER41020.

Primary authors

Hok Seum Wan Chan Tseung (CENPA / University of Washington) Jarek Kaspar (CENPA / University of Washington) Nikolai R. Tolich (CENPA / University of Washington) Sanshiro Enomoto (CENPA / University of Washington)

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