We describe the design, construction and performance of a Ring Imaging Cherenkov Detector (RICH) constructed to identify charged particles in the CLEO experiment. Cherenkov radiation occurs in LiF crystals, both planar and ones with a novel ``sawtooth''-shaped exit surface. Photons in the wavelength interval 135--165 nm are detected using multi-wire chambers filled with a mixture of methane gas and triethylamine vapor. Excellent pion/kaon separation is demonstrated.
Mountain, Raymond; Artuso, Marina; Ayad, R.; and Bukin, Konstantin Vladimirovich, "The Cleo Rich Detector" (2005). Physics. Paper 394.
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