New developments in CVD diamond for detector applications

W. Adam, E. Berdermann, P. Bergonzo, W. de Boer, F. Bogani, E. Borchi, A. Brambilla, M. Bruzzi, C. Colledani, J. Conway, P. D’Angelo, W. Dabrowski, P. Delpierre, W. Dulinski, J. Doroshenko, B. van Eijk, A. Fallou, P. Fischer, F. Fizzotti, C. FurettaK. K. Gan, N. Ghodbane, E. Grigoriev, G. Hallewell, S. Han, F. Hartjes, J. Hrubec, D. Husson, H. Kagan, J. Kaplon, R. Kass, M. Keil, K. T. Knoepfle, T. Koeth, M. Krammer, A. Logiudice, R. Lu, L. Mac Lynne, C. Manfredotti, D. Meier, D. Menichelli, S. Meuser, M. Mishina, L. Moroni, J. Noomen, A. Oh, M. Pernicka, L. Perera, R. Potenza, J. L. Riester, S. Roe, A. Rudge, S. Sala, M. Sampietro, S. Schnetzer, S. Sciortino, H. Stelzer, R. Stone, C. Sutera, W. Trischuk, D. Tromson, C. Tuve, B. Vincenzo, P. Weilhammer, N. Wermes, M. Wetstein, W. Zeuner, M. Zoeller

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Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) diamond has been discussed extensively as an alternative sensor material for use very close to the interaction region of the LHC and other machines where extreme radiation conditions exist. During the last seven years the RD42 collaboration has developed diamond detectors and tested them with LHC electronics towards the end of creating a device usable by experiments. The most recent results of this work are presented. Recently, a new form of CVD diamond has been developed: single crystal CVD diamond which resolves many of the issues associated with poly-crystalline CVD material. The first tests of this material are also presented.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)s1014-s1016
JournalEuropean Physical Journal C
StatePublished - Jul 1 2004

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering (miscellaneous)
  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)


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