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Title: Two-Dimensional Position-Sensitive Silicon Detectors for the ACE Solar Isotope Spectrometer
Authors: Wiedenbeck, M. E.
Christian, E. R.
Cook, W. R.
Cummings, A. C.
Dougherty, B. L.
Leske, R. A.
Mewaldt, R. A.
Stone, E. C.
von Rosenvinge, T. T.
Issue Date: 5-Aug-1996
Citation: Denver, Colorado, USA
Abstract: Two-dimensional position-sensitive silicon detectors (matrix detectors) have been designed, procured, and tested as part of the development of the Solar Isotope Spectrometer (SIS) instrument for NASA's Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) mission. Important characteristics of these devices include: thickness approx. 50-90┬Ám, active area 34 cm<sup>2</sup>, 64 strips on each surface with 1 mm strip pitch.
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