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The KLM detector or K0L- Muon Detector is equipped on the outermost layer of the Belle II detector structure. The detector is designed to detect the KL mesons and muons above 600 MeV/c with high efficiency. The barrel shaped region around the intersection point covers a polar angular range of 45° to 125° while the forward and backward end caps extend this range to 20° to 155°. With the upgraded Geant4 model we observe the effectiveness of the new PhysicsList.
Physics; High Energy; Belle2; KEK; KLM; Geant4
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics | Physics
Temple, Stephen C; Banerjee, Swagato Ph.D; and Brown, David N. Ph.D, "Validation of Geant4 upgrade to model response from muons passing through the KLM detector at the Belle II experiment." (2020). Undergraduate Arts and Research Showcase. 16.