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Operation and Performance of the CMS Silicon Strip Tracker
Proceedings of The 21st International Workshop on Vertex Detectors — PoS(Vertex 2012)
The CMS silicon strip tracker is the largest silicon detector ever built with almost 10 million readout channels and an active area of close to 200 m 2 . This article describes the status of the detector after operation for two and a half years of LHC running. Results from radiation measurements and detector performance, including alignment, are shown. Figure 1: Schematic view in the rz plane of a quarter of the CMS silicon tracker. Solid magenta lines indicate the position of single stripdoi:10.22323/1.167.0050 fatcat:tqrxrsalczfv3dwrfe52vpmgom