The Time of Flight
sensor is typically used for collecting depth information, which means, its all about helping you take better portraits.
I have shown that a field-expansion spectrometer with a long drift distance to measure proton time of flight
is an attractive approach to measure the electron-neutrino correlation in neutron beta decay.
You could do that for a fixed target, but consider the time of flight
. Time of flight
is measured in hours when you're doing that.
CARLISLE: 2.10 Northern Accord, 2.40 Time Of Flight
, 3.10 Le Sauvage, 3.40 Committed Schedule, 4.10 Bo Dancer, 4.40 Charnwood Jack, 5.10 Sunshade.
5, the time of flights
for protons that undergo a reversal are much longer than the coincidence time window of approximately 100 [micro]s; therefore, for the selected spectrometer geometry, no reversed protons are detected.
CARLISLE: 2.00 Time Of Flight
, 2.30 Moss Pageant (nap), 3.00 Corporation Pop, 3.30 Ardent Scout, 4.00 Tanseeq, 4.30 Peter, 5.00 Bobs Invader.
The time of flight
information from the CsI detectors allows the [gamma]-ray asymmetry [A.sub.[gamma]] with respect to the neutron spin direction to be deduced as a function of incident neutron energy from the angular distribution: [[d[omega]]/[d[OMEGA]]] = [1/4[eth]] (1 + [A.sub.[gamma]] cos[theta]), where [theta] is the angle between the neutron spin and the direction of emission of the gamma ray.
For each detector pair the resulting time bin physics asymmetries within a sequence were combined by calculating an error weighted average over the time of flight
selected for analysis (13 ms through 34 ms).
Key words: neutron beta decay; neutron polarimetry; neutron time of flight
; neutron polarization.
In time of flight
(TOE) mass separation the higher the ion mass the slower it is moving when it reaches the detector (for a fixed acceleration voltage).