Hadronic Matter in Collision: 2nd: International Workshop

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Einstein received the Physics Prize for 1921 (awarded in 1922). Discriminators; coincidence units; delay-amplifiers; linear gates; time-to -amplitude converters; types of analogue-to-digital converters (ADC's). The experiment will address the low energy excess observed by the MiniBooNE experiment and measure low energy neutrino cross sections. The Physics Department and the Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics support some of the leading research groups in this basic area of physics.

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