hodoscope


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hod·o·scope

(hō'dō-skōp)
An instrument designed to follow charged particles in a magnetic field.
[G. hodos, path + skopein, to watch]
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Two drift chambers provided the tracking while scintillation and Cerenkov hodoscopes were used for the timing of track elements and for electron identification.
Bressani, "On the limits of the performances of time-of-flight scintillator hodoscopes saving the number of photomultipliers," IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, vol.
Both tubs (and hodoscopes) were read out by Hamamatsu Photonics [4] R7723 2" Photomultiplier tubes (PMT).