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Emulsion scanning systems for double-strangeness nuclei
- Nuclear emulsion is so far the best detector to investigate double-strangeness nucleus including double Lambda hypernucleus, which is a nucleus made up of two lambda hyperons in addition to nucleons. Two types of scanning system are being developed to search for more events of double Lambda hypernucleus rapidly. One is a system for automated Xi- hyperon tracking. The other is “Overall scanning”, high-speed scanning and image recognition for vertex-like-shapes from microscopic images of the tracks in nuclear emulsion plates.
Myint Kyaw Soe
Khin Than Tint
Aye Moh Moh Theint
- Conference paper
- Elsevier, Physics Procedia 80,62-64. 26th International Conference on Nuclear Tracks in Solids, 26ICNTS