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DE88 015169 Two detectors are considered that are thick enough to stop 15 GeV u , with polarimeters to measure the polarization. Nearly 4TT coverage would require 4 a uranium ball of 10 tons and a polarimeter of 3000-4000 tons. A more nearly feasible approach uses a small angle 1500 ton detector with uranium plus magnetized iron to focus the muons on to a 400 ton po) imeter.doi:10.2172/7124773 fatcat:cxc26xplu5bgbkjfnxs5q3paey