Title: Nuclear structure research at TRIUMF
Authors: Garrett, P. E ×
Andreyev, A
Austin, R. A. E
Ball, G. C
Bandyopadhyay, D
Becker, J. A
Boston, A. J
Chakrawarthy, R. S
Cline, D
Cooper, R. J
Churchman, R
Cross, D
Dashdorj, D
Demand, G. A
Dimmock, M. R
Drake, T. E
Finlay, Paul
Gagon-Miosan, F
Gallant, A. T
Green, K. L
Grint, A. N
Grinyer, G. F
Hackman, G
Harkness, L. J
Hayes, A. B
Kanungo, R
Kulp, W. D
Leach, K. G
Lee, G
Leslie, J. R
Martin, J.-P
Mattoon, C
Mills, W. J
Morton, A. C
Mythili, S
Nelson, L
Newman, O
Nolan, P. J
Paidilla-Rodal, E
Pearson, C. J
Phillips, A. A
Porter-Peden, M
Ressler, J. J
Roy, R
Ruiz, C
Savajols, H
Sarazin, F
Schumaker, M. A
Scraggs, D. P
Scraggs, H. C
Strange, M. D
Svensson, C. E
Waddington, J. C
Wan, J. M
Whitbeck, A
Williams, S. J
Wong, J
Wood, J. L
Wu, C. Y
Zganjar, E. F #
Issue Date: 2007
Series Title: Acta Physica Polonica B vol:38 issue:4 pages:1169-1178
Abstract: The radioactive beam laboratory at TRIUMF is currently the highest power ISOL facility in the world. Taking advantage of the high-intensity beams, major programs in nuclear astrophysics, nuclear structure, and weak interaction studies have begun. The low-energy area, ISAC-I, is capable of delivering beams up to mass 30 at approximate to 1.7 MeV/u or 60 keV up to the mass of the primary target, whereas ISAC-II will ultimately provide beams up to mass 150 and approximate to 6.5 MeV//u. Major gamma-ray spectrometers for nuclear structure research consist of the 87 spectrometer at ISAC-I, and the TIGRESS spectrometer now being constructed for ISAC-II. Results from recent experiments investigating the beta-decay of nuclei near N = 90 and Coulomb excitation of Na-20,Na-21 are presented that highlight the capabilities of the spectrometers.
ISSN: 0587-4254
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section
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