Neutron rich exotic beams (6,8He, 8,9Li, 10,11Be, 13B, 16,17C, 68Ni), produced through in-flight fragmentation are available at LNS [1]. Using the CHIMERA detector [2,3], recently implemented by the FARCOS array [4] we have begun various experiments to study elastic scattering transfer and break-up reactions. The kinematical coincidence method was used to extract high resolution angular distributions of binary reactions from the measured light particle energy spectra [5]. In the last experiment performed in March 2015 we expect improved resolution due to the use, at forward angles, of the highly segmented FARCOS array. In all these measurements we can profit of -ray coincidence measurements, to better discriminate elastic and inelastic processes. -rays are detected using the CsI(Tl) detectors belonging to the spherical part of the CHIMERA array (from 30° to 176°). Very clean -rays angular distributions can be extracted using such high efficiency apparatus[6]. Preliminary results obtained in various reaction channels will be reported.

Gamma-particle coincidences in reactions induced by light neutron rich nuclei using CHIMERA detector at LNS

LANZALONE, GAETANO
2015

Abstract

Neutron rich exotic beams (6,8He, 8,9Li, 10,11Be, 13B, 16,17C, 68Ni), produced through in-flight fragmentation are available at LNS [1]. Using the CHIMERA detector [2,3], recently implemented by the FARCOS array [4] we have begun various experiments to study elastic scattering transfer and break-up reactions. The kinematical coincidence method was used to extract high resolution angular distributions of binary reactions from the measured light particle energy spectra [5]. In the last experiment performed in March 2015 we expect improved resolution due to the use, at forward angles, of the highly segmented FARCOS array. In all these measurements we can profit of -ray coincidence measurements, to better discriminate elastic and inelastic processes. -rays are detected using the CsI(Tl) detectors belonging to the spherical part of the CHIMERA array (from 30° to 176°). Very clean -rays angular distributions can be extracted using such high efficiency apparatus[6]. Preliminary results obtained in various reaction channels will be reported.
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