Title: A dedicated decay-spectroscopy station for the collinear resonance ionization experiment at ISOLDE
Authors: Rajabali, M.M. ×
Lynch, K.M.
Cocolios, Thomas Elias
Billowes, J.
Bissell, Mark
De Schepper, S.
Dewolf, K.
Flanagan, K.T. #
Le Blanc, F.
Marsh, B.A.
Mason, P.J.R.
Matea, I.
Neyens, G.
Papuga, J.
Procter, T.J.
Rothe, S.
Simpson, G.S.
Smith, A.J.
Stroke, H.H.
Verney, D.
Walker, P.M.
Wendt, K.
Wood, R.T. #
Issue Date: Apr-2013
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Series Title: Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research A vol:707 pages:35-39
Abstract: A newdecay-spectroscopystation(DSS)has been developed to be coupled to the collinear resonance ionization spectroscopy (CRIS) beam line at CERN-ISOLDE. The system uses a rotatable wheel with ten 20 mg=cm2 carbon foils as beam implantation sites for the efficient measurement of charged decay products. Silicon detectors are placed on either side of the carbon foil in an optimal geometry to cover a large solid angle for detecting these charged particles. In addition to the silicon detectors at the on-beam axis position, a second pair of off-beam axis detectors are placed at the wheel position 108 deg. away, allowing longer-lived species to be studied. Up to three high purity germanium detectors can be placed around the chamber for particle-gamma correlated measurement. The radioactive beam is transported through the CRIS beam line before implantation into a carbon foil at the DSS. All materials used in the DSS are UHV-compatible to maintain high vacuum conditions required by the CRIS beam line. This paper describes the DSS and presents the first data collected at the setup during the commissioning run with 221Fr.
ISSN: 0168-9002
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section
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