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Resistive plate chamber

A Resistive plate chamber (RPC) is a particle detector widely used in high energy physics. They are used for detecting muons in most of the modern experiments including ATLAS, CMS, and BES III.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ "ATLAS Detector".
  2. ^ "CMS Detector".
  3. ^ Asner, D. M; Barnes, T; Bian, J. M; Bigi, I. I; Brambilla, N; Boyko, I. R; Bytev, V; Chao, K. T; Charles, J; Chen, H. X; Chen, J. C; Chen, Y; Chen, Y. Q; Cheng, H. Y; Dedovich, D; Descotes-Genon, S; Fu, C. D; Tormo, X. Garcia i; Gao, Y. -N; He, K. L; He, Z. G; Hu, J. F; Hu, H. M; Huang, B; Jia, Y; Jin, H. -Y; Jin, S; Kuang, Y. P; Lacker, H; et al. (2008). "Physics at BES-III". International Journal of Modern Physics A. A24 (1). arXiv:0809.1869. Bibcode:2008arXiv0809.1869A.