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Reed Andrews of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is listed as an author on the following documents:

LARTPC-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
406-v3 Trace_Level Instrumentation Reed Andrews et al. Purity Measurements
Instrumentation
01 Jul 2009
67-v2 PAB Setups - photos, schematics, people. Reed Andrews et al. PAB setup
Instrumentation/Controls
Luke
Bo
Materials Tests
Filters
08 Jun 2011
430-v11 Estimated Capacity of MTS Oxygen Filter Reed Andrews et al. Luke
Bo
Filters
08 Jun 2011
431-v16 Implicated Effects of Water on Electron Drift Lifetime Reed Andrews PAB setup
Purity Measurements
Purification (chemical and radio)
Luke
Systems
Instrumentation
29 Jun 2009
432-v1 Presentation to MicroBooNE on water and material tests Reed Andrews Luke
Argon
15 May 2009
393-v13 Bo Run Info Reed Andrews Bo
09 Apr 2009
341-v17 PrM Summary data - continually updated Reed Andrews et al. Purity Measurements
Luke
16 Mar 2009
411-v2 Impurities Associated with Condensing Reed Andrews Luke
LAr general
Argon
20 Feb 2009
403-v3 Droege Modifications and HV Characteristics After Amplification by PRM Electronics Reed Andrews High Voltage
17 Dec 2008
397-v2 Sintered Glass for Luke Reed Andrews Luke
21 Nov 2008
342-v1 Moby Dick slides Reed Andrews Daisy/Moby Dick
Argon
24 Mar 2008
338-v4 Moby Dick Data of Jan-Feb 2008 Reed Andrews Daisy/Moby Dick
Materials Tests
Filters
Argon
18 Feb 2008
260-v2 Photos and Documentation for the Nitrogen Arc Cell and a write-up of calibration by summer students Reed Andrews et al. Oxygen
Purity Measurements
Instrumentation
25 Oct 2007
300-v2 Daisy Draft Reed Andrews et al. Argon
24 Aug 2007
295-v3 Summer Student 2007 PPT Reed Andrews et al. Oxygen
Purification (chemical and radio)
Talks
10 Aug 2007

Number of documents found: 15

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