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  • [hal-01669781] High precision measurement of the $^{19}$Ne $\beta$-decay half-life using real-time digital acquisition

    21 décembre 2017, par C. Fontbonne, P. Ujić, F. De Oliveira Santos, X. Fléchard, F. Rotaru
    The half-life of Ne19 was measured using a real-time digital multiparametric acquisition system, providing an accurate time stamp and relevant information on the detector signals for each decay event. An exhaustive offline analysis of the data gave unique access to experimental effects (...)
  • [hal-01642977] Front-end electronics for the FAZIA experiment

    22 novembre 2017, par F. Salomon, P. Edelbruck, G. Brulin, B. Borderie, A. Richard
    FAZIA is a multidetector specifically designed to optimize A and Z reaction product identification in heavy-ion collision experiments. This multidetector is modular and based on three-layer telescopes made of two silicon detectors followed by a thick (10 cm) CsI(Tl) scintillator read-out by a (...)
  • [hal-01642860] $\alpha$ clustering in Ti isotopes : $^{40,44,48}$Ca + α resonant scattering

    22 novembre 2017, par S. Bailey, M. Freer, T. Kokalova, C. Wheldon, R. Smith
    Measurements were made of the ^4He(^40,44,48Ca,alpha) resonant scattering reactions at 180deg. and up to E_c.m. ~ 11.5MeV, using the Thick Target Inverse Kinematics technique. These measurements are discussed, with a focus on assessing their usefulness for investigating alpha-clustering in (...)
  • [hal-01642945] Effects of irradiation of energetic heavy ions on digital pulse shape analysis with silicon detectors

    22 novembre 2017, par S. Barlini, S. Carboni, L. Bardelli, N. Le Neindre, M. Bini
    The next generation of 4@p detector arrays for heavy ion studies will largely use Pulse Shape Analysis to push the performance of silicon detectors with respect to ion identification. Energy resolution and pulse shape identification capabilities of silicon detectors under prolonged irradiation (...)
  • [hal-01641181] Front-end electronics for the FAZIA experiment

    21 novembre 2017, par F. Salomon, P. Edelbruck, G. Brulin, B. Borderie, A. Richard
    FAZIA is a multidetector specifically designed to optimize A and Z reaction product identification in heavy-ion collision experiments. This multidetector is modular and based on three-layer telescopes made of two silicon detectors followed by a thick (10 cm) CsI(Tl) scintillator read-out by a (...)

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