Precision pulse shape simulation for proton detection at the Nab experiment

Leendert Hayen, Jin Ha Choi, Dustin Combs, R. J. Taylor, Stefan Baeßler, Noah Birge, Leah J. Broussard, Christopher B. Crawford, Nadia Fomin, Michael Gericke, Francisco Gonzalez, Aaron Jezghani, Nick Macsai, Mark Makela, David G. Mathews, Russell Mammei, Mark McCrea, August Mendelsohn, Austin Nelsen, Grant RileyTom Shelton, Sky Sjue, Erick Smith, Albert R. Young, Bryan Zeck

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Abstract

The Nab experiment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, aims to measure the beta-antineutrino angular correlation following neutron β decay to an anticipated precision of approximately 0.1%. The proton momentum is reconstructed through proton time-of-flight measurements, and potential systematic biases in the timing reconstruction due to detector effects must be controlled at the nanosecond level. We present a thorough and detailed semiconductor and quasiparticle transport simulation effort to provide precise pulse shapes, and report on relevant systematic effects and potential measurement schemes.

Original languageEnglish
Article number065503
JournalPhysical Review C
Volume107
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 2023

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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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