A particle detector known as a transition radiation detector (TRD) uses a stratified material’s gamma-dependent threshold of transition radiation.
It is made up of many layers of materials with various refractive indices. The relativistic gamma factor raises the likelihood of transition radiation at each material interaction.
As a result, particles with large gamma emit numerous photons, while those with modest gamma emit few.
This makes it possible to distinguish between a lighter particle (which has a high gamma and radiates) and a heavier particle for a given amount of energy (which has a low gamma and radiates much less).
The movement of the particle is seen as it passes through numerous thin layers of material submerged in gas or air.
The signal is detected as ionization because the radiated photon causes energy deposition through the photoelectric effect.
Typically, low Z materials (Li, Be) are preferred for radiators, whereas high Z materials are utilized for photons to provide a high cross-section for the photoelectric effect (ex. Xe).
ALICE and ATLAS at the LHC use TRD detectors. To identify particles in ion collisions, the ALICE TRD works in conjunction with a large TPC (Time Projection Chamber) and TOF (Time of Flight counter).
The ATLAS TRD is also known as the TRT (Transition Radiation Tracker), which concurrently tracks and measures the trajectory of particles.
The Global Transition Radiation Detector market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Public health initiatives for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have mostly overlooked environmental elements in favor of studying the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus and its consequences on human health.
A potential environmental role in the COVID-19 pandemic: Ambient Transition Radiation Detector from wireless communication devices, including microwaves and millimeter waves, in order to consider the epidemiological triangle (agent-host-environment) relevant to all diseases.
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