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  • [hal-01641600] FAZIA applications

    21 novembre 2017, par S. Piantelli, G. Casini, P.R. Maurenzig, A. Olmi, S. Barlini
    The present status and the perspectives of the FAZIA project are presented. The main achievements in terms of identification thresholds and isotopic resolution are discussed, together with the adopted technical solutions. The detector is particularly well suited for the investigation of isospin (...)
  • [hal-01641064] $\alpha$ clustering in Ti isotopes : $^{40,44,48}$Ca + α resonant scattering

    21 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-01641570] Recent results from INDRA

    21 novembre 2017, par A. Chbihi, J.D. Frankland, O. Lopez, M. Boisjoli, E. Bonnet
    Recent results of the INDRA collaboration are presented in this contribution. They concern the evolution of reaction dynamics from the first stage of the collision to the production of fragments. Different probes are used to evidence the stopping/transparency, collective flow and the symmetry (...)
  • [hal-01641149] Effects of irradiation of energetic heavy ions on digital pulse shape analysis with silicon detectors

    21 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-01641138] X-Ray Fluorescence from the Element with Atomic Number Z=120

    21 novembre 2017, par M.O. Fregeau, D. Jacquet, M. Morjean, E. Bonnet, A. Chbihi
    An atomic clock based on x-ray fluorescence yields has been used to estimate the mean characteristic time for fusion followed by fission in reactions U238+Ni64 at 6.6 MeV/A. Inner shell vacancies are created during the collisions in the electronic structure of the possibly formed Z=120 compound (...)

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