Track detectors

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Mark Rowley
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Re: Track detectors

Post by Mark Rowley » Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:25 pm

I just received the detectors back from Jon (thanks Jon!) and will have them shipped over to you later this week.

Many thanks to Jon R for helping out with the neuts! My system has been totally disassembled due to an upcoming home sale and when I get back in the game it will be beam-on-target from this point forward. Jon's willingness to step in for me is highly appreciated.

Looking forward to the detector results!

Mark Rowley

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Maciek Szymanski
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Re: Track detectors

Post by Maciek Szymanski » Fri Oct 08, 2021 4:29 pm

The package with the detectors just arrived back in Warsaw. Seems tha everything is in perfect condition. I am very keen to do de etching and see the results, but unfortunately on Sunday I'm again traveling to Prague for experiment. I will be back on October 20th and will do the etching as soon as I possible.
I would like to thank Mark and Jon for cooperation.
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