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ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment), eines der Experimente am LHC (Large Hadron Collider) des europäischen Kernforschungszentrums CERN, ist darauf optimiert, die geladenen primären und sekundären Teilchen, die in einer Blei-Blei-Kollision bei einer Schwerkpunktenergie von 5.5TeV entstehen, einzeln zu rekonstruieren und zu identifizieren. Der Hauptdetektor für die Spurrekonstruktion der in der Kollision entstehenden Teilchen ist mit einem aktiven Volumen von ca. 88m^3 die größte bis jetzt gebaute Spurendriftkammer (Time-Projection Chamber - TPC). Eine zentrale Elektrode teilt den 5m langen Detektor in zwei Ausleseseiten, deren Enden mit jeweils 18 inneren und 18 äußeren Vieldraht-Proportionalkammern bestückt sind. Die insgesamt 32.5m^2 umfassende Auslesefläche der Kammern ist dabei in 557568 einzelne Ausleseeinheiten (Pads) segmenti...
A review-article of Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland", with reference to Carroll's original stories, their various illustrations and film adaptations
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AIOH-5, Alice Steiner, Interviewer Poonam Sachdev, December 7, 2004
The ALICE experiment has been designed to study the properties of strongly interacting matter and characterize the quark gluon plasma in heavy-ion collisions at Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The programme and performance of ALICE in the soft physics domain are described, emphasizing the novel aspects offered by the LHC. This overview is thus focused on the 'bulk' observables (from low to intermediate \pT hadron measurements): global event properties, chemical composition, hadronization mechanisms, expansion dynamics (flow and particle correlations) and event-by-event fluctuations. ALICE will start with proton–proton (pp) collisions which will serve as a reference for nucleus–nucleus collisions but will also bring genuine pp physics in a new energy regime. The ALICE capabilities for this first physics are also briefly described.
Comment: Ph.D. thesis, 173 pages, 143 figures, published (final) version
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