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First results with TIGRESS and accelerated radioactive ion beams from ISAC: Coulomb excitation of20,21,29Na

Schumaker, MA, Hurst, AM, Svensson, CE, Wu, CY, Becker, JA, Cline, D, Hackman, G, Pearson, CJ, Stoyer, MA, Andreyev, A , Austin, RAE, Ball, GC, Bandyopadhyay, D, Barton, CJ, Boston, AJ, Boston, HC, Buchmann, L, Churchman, R, Cifarelli, F, Colosimo, SJ, Cooper, RJ, Cross, DS, Dashdorj, D, Demand, GA, Dimmock, MR, Djongolov, M, Drake, TE, Finlay, P, Gallant, AT, Garrett, PE, Gray-Jones, C, Green, KL, Grint, AN, Grinyer, GF, Harkness, LJ, Hayes, AB, Kanungo, R, Leach, KG, Kulp, WD, Lisetskiy, AF, Lee, G, Lloyd, S, Maharaj, R, Martin, J-P, Millar, BA, Moisan, F, Morton, AC, Mythili, S, Nelson, L, Newman, O, Nolan, PJ, Orce, JN, Oxley, DC, Padilla-Rodal, E, Phillips, AA, Porter-Peden, M, Ressler, JJ, Rigby, SV, Roy, R, Ruiz, C, Sarazin, F, Scraggs, DP, Sumithrarachchi, CS, Triambak, S, Waddington, JC, Walker, PM, Wan, J, Whitbeck, A, Williams, SJ, Wong, J and Wood, JL (2009) First results with TIGRESS and accelerated radioactive ion beams from ISAC: Coulomb excitation of20,21,29Na In: APPLICATION OF ACCELERATORS IN RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY, 2008-08-10 - 2008-08-15, Fort Worth, Texas.

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The TRIUMF‐ISAC Gamma‐Ray Escape Suppressed Spectrometer (TIGRESS) is a state‐of‐the‐art γ‐ray spectrometer being constructed at the ISAC‐II radioactive ion beam facility at TRIUMF. TIGRESS will be comprised of twelve 32‐fold segmented high‐purity germanium (HPGe) clover‐type γ‐ray detectors, with BGO∕CsI(Tl) Compton‐suppression shields, and is currently operational at ISAC‐II in an early‐implementation configuration of six detectors. Results have been obtained for the first experiments performed using TIGRESS, which examined the A  =  20, 21, and 29 isotopes of Na by Coulomb excitation.

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Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Schumaker, MA
Hurst, AM
Svensson, CE
Wu, CY
Becker, JA
Cline, D
Hackman, G
Pearson, CJ
Stoyer, MA
Andreyev, A
Austin, RAE
Ball, GC
Bandyopadhyay, D
Barton, CJ
Boston, AJ
Boston, HC
Buchmann, L
Churchman, R
Cifarelli, F
Colosimo, SJ
Cooper, RJ
Cross, DS
Dashdorj, D
Demand, GA
Dimmock, MR
Djongolov, M
Drake, TE
Finlay, P
Gallant, AT
Garrett, PE
Gray-Jones, C
Green, KL
Grint, AN
Grinyer, GF
Harkness, LJ
Hayes, AB
Kanungo, R
Leach, KG
Kulp, WD
Lisetskiy, AF
Lee, G
Lloyd, S
Maharaj, R
Martin, J-P
Millar, BA
Moisan, F
Morton, AC
Mythili, S
Nelson, L
Newman, O
Nolan, PJ
Orce, JN
Oxley, DC
Padilla-Rodal, E
Phillips, AA
Porter-Peden, M
Ressler, JJ
Rigby, SV
Roy, R
Ruiz, C
Sarazin, F
Scraggs, DP
Sumithrarachchi, CS
Triambak, S
Waddington, JC
Wan, J
Whitbeck, A
Williams, SJ
Wong, J
Wood, JL
Date : 2009
DOI : 10.1063/1.3120147
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 11:14
Last Modified : 23 Jan 2020 16:38

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