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ISSN - 01689002, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 1996, vol. 371, 1-2, p. 8-11

Operational status and performance of the SLD CRID

Abe K., Antilogus P., Aston D., Baird K., Baltay C., Bean A., Ben-David R., Bienz T., Bird F., Caldwell D. O., Cavalli-Sforza M., Coller J., Coyle P., Coyne D., Dasu S., Dima M., D'Oliveira A., Duboscq J., Dunwoodie W., Hallewell G., Hasegawa K., Hasegawa Y., Huber J., Iwasaki Y., Jacques P., Johnson R. A., Kalelkar M., Kawahara H., Kwon Y., Leith D. W G S, Liu X., Lu A., Manly S., Martinez J., Mathys L., McHugh S., Meadows B., Müller G., Muller D., Nagamine T., Narita S., Nussbaum M., Pavel T. J., Plano R., Ratcliff B., Rensing P., Santha A. K S, Schultz D., Sen S., Shank J. T., Shapiro S., Simopoulos C., Snyder J., Solodov E., Stamer P., Stockdale I., Suekane F., Toge N., Turk J., Va'vra J., Whitaker J. S., Williams D. A., Williams S. H., Willocq S., Wilson R. J., Word G., Yellin S., Yuta H.

The operation and performance of the SLD CRID achieved during the recently completed 1994-95 run of the SLC will be discussed. Stable operation of liquid (C6F14) and gas (85% C5F12 and 15% N2) radiators with good UV transparency has been achieved. Our expectations for the future SLD physics program will also be briefly discussed.