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Tour Experiment E687: IE Calorimeter

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The front of the Inner Electromagnetic Calorimeter that detects energy, absorbs electrons and detects photons. Made of lead glass blocks, it has a hole in the middle to let the particle beam through.

A detail showing the C3 Cerenkov counter (blue right), the Inner Electromagnetic Calorimeter and the Hadron Calorimeter (center) and the Inner Muon Counters (left)
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Overview 1
Overview 2
Overview 3
Beginning of Beam
Tagging Equipment
Drift Chamber
Microvertex Detector
Silicon Strip Detector
Scintillating Counter
Cerenkov Counter
Muon Counter
IE Calorimeter
End of Line
The Control Room