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RISING: Gamma-ray spectroscopy with radioactive beams at GSI

Doornenbal, P, Bürger, A, Rudolph, D, Grawe, H, Hübel, H, Regan, PH, Reiter, P, Banu, A, Beck, T, Becker, F , Bednarczyk, P, Caceres, L, Geissel, H, Gerl, J, Górska, M, Grȩbosz, J, Kavatsyuk, M, Kavatsyuk, O, Kelic, A, Kojouharov, I, Kurz, N, Lozeva, R, Montes, F, Prokopowicz, W, Saito, N, Saito, T, Schaffner, H, Tashenov, S, Weick, H, Werner-Malento, E, Winkler, M, Wollersheim, HJ, Al-Khatib, A, Andersson, LL, Atanasova, L, Balabanski, DL, Bentley, MA, Benzoni, G, Blazhev, A, Bracco, A, Brambilla, S, Brandau, C, Bringel, P, Brown, JR, Camera, F, Chmel, S, Clément, E, Crespi, FCL, Fahlander, C, Garnsworthy, AB, Görgen, A, Hammond, G, Hellström, M, Hoischen, R, Honma, H, Johansson, EK, Jungclaus, A, Kmieciek, M, Korten, W, Maj, A, Mandal, S, Meczynski, W, Million, B, Neußer, A, Nowacki, F, Otsuka, T, Pfützner, M, Pietri, S, Podolyák, Z, Richard, A, Seidlitz, M, Steer, SJ, Striepling, T, Utsuno, T, Walker, J, Warr, N, Wheldon, C and Wieland, O (2007) RISING: Gamma-ray spectroscopy with radioactive beams at GSI AIP Conference Proceedings, 891. pp. 99-107.

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The Rare Isotope Spectroscopic INvestigation at GSI (RISING) project is a major pan-European collaboration. Its physics aims are the studies of exotic nuclear matter with abnormal proton-to-neutron ratios compared with naturally occurring isotopes. RISING combines the FRagment Separator (FRS) which allows relativistic energies and projectile fragmentation reactions with EUROBALL Ge Cluster detectors for γ spectroscopic research. The RISING setup can be used in two different configurations. Either the nuclei of interest are investigated after being stopped or the heavy ions hit a secondary target at relativistic energies and the thereby occurring excitations are studied. For the latter case, MINIBALL Ge detectors and the HECTOR array are used in addition. Example achievements of the Fast Beam setup are presented and compared to various shell model calculations, while for the Stopped Beam setup initial results are shown. © 2007 American Institute of Physics.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Doornenbal, P
Bürger, A
Rudolph, D
Grawe, H
Hübel, H
Reiter, P
Banu, A
Beck, T
Becker, F
Bednarczyk, P
Caceres, L
Geissel, H
Gerl, J
Górska, M
Grȩbosz, J
Kavatsyuk, M
Kavatsyuk, O
Kelic, A
Kojouharov, I
Kurz, N
Lozeva, R
Montes, F
Prokopowicz, W
Saito, N
Saito, T
Schaffner, H
Tashenov, S
Weick, H
Werner-Malento, E
Winkler, M
Wollersheim, HJ
Al-Khatib, A
Andersson, LL
Atanasova, L
Balabanski, DL
Bentley, MA
Benzoni, G
Blazhev, A
Bracco, A
Brambilla, S
Brandau, C
Bringel, P
Brown, JR
Camera, F
Chmel, S
Clément, E
Crespi, FCL
Fahlander, C
Garnsworthy, AB
Görgen, A
Hammond, G
Hellström, M
Hoischen, R
Honma, H
Johansson, EK
Jungclaus, A
Kmieciek, M
Korten, W
Maj, A
Mandal, S
Meczynski, W
Million, B
Neußer, A
Nowacki, F
Otsuka, T
Pfützner, M
Pietri, S
Podolyák, Z
Richard, A
Seidlitz, M
Steer, SJ
Striepling, T
Utsuno, T
Walker, J
Warr, N
Wheldon, C
Wieland, O
Date : 8 April 2007
DOI : 10.1063/1.2713505
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 11:16
Last Modified : 24 Jan 2020 20:35

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