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The European Physical Journal C

, Volume 55, Issue 1, pp 159–171

First Online: 09 April 2008Received: 13 June 2007Revised: 25 February 2008

Abstract

Extensive measurements have been made with pions, electrons and muons on four production wedges of the compact muon solenoid CMS hadron barrel HB calorimeter in the H2 beam line at CERN with particle momenta varying from 20 to 300 GeV-c. The time structure of the events was measured with the full chain of preproduction front-end electronics running at 34 MHz. Moving-wire radioactive source data were also collected for all scintillator layers in the HB. The energy dependent time slewing effect was measured and tuned for optimal performance.

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Author: S. Abdullin - V. Abramov - B. Acharya - M. Adams - N. Akchurin - U. Akgun - E.W. Anderson - G. Antchev - S. Ayan - S. Ay

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