Schematics of a one-dimension delay line with two particles impacts and the labeling of their respective propagation times towards both ends of the delay line (DL).
(Color online) Induced charge readout configuration and its electronic equivalent scheme (from the MCP back side) assuming for the drawing that only one segment of the anode is sensitive to the coupling with the resistive plane via the capacitance . The coupling between the MCP back side and the resistive plane is noticed , and the current induced by the MCPs. The arrow represents the signal generated by a particle impact on the MCPs. We use the values: , , , , , and .
(Color online) Full image of the microscopy grid employed for the spatial calibration of the detection system. The grid was illuminated by photons produced in a Kr discharge lamp. The thickness of the larger wires located at every five subdivisions is , while one of the thinner wires is . The average distance between two large wires is 4 mm.
(Color online) Photoelectron image obtained by ionizing Xe atoms with synchrotron radiation of 16.5 eV energy. The two rings correspond to the and electronic states of with binding energies of 12.13 and 13.44 eV, respectively. The photoelectrons preferential direction of ejection is expected to be along the electric vector of the light, as it can be clearly observed on the image.
(Color online) The upper part of the figure corresponds to the impact of energy selected electrons onto the whole surface of the detector, whereas the lower part corresponds to a zoom. To record this picture, the pass energy of the analyzer has been fixed at 160 eV.
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