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Título : TIARA: A large solid angle silicon array for direct reaction studies with radioactive beams
Autor : Rubio, Berta, Caballero Ontanaya, Luis, Labiche, M., Catford, W. N., Lemmon, R. C., Timis, C. N., Chapman, R., Orr, N. A., Fernández-Domínguez, B., Moores, G., Achouri, N. L., Amzal, N., Appleton, S., Ashwood, N. I., Baldwin, T. D., Burns, M., Cacitti, J., Casadjian, J. M., Chartier, M., Curtis, N., Faiz, K., France, G. de, Freer, M., Gautier, J. M., Gelletly, W., Iltis, G., Lecornu, B., Liang, X., Marry, C., Merrer, Y., Olivier, L., Pain, S. D., Pucknell, V. F. E., Raine, B., Rejmund, M., Saillant, F., Savajols, H., Sorlin, O., Spohr, K. -M., Theisen, Ch., Voltolini, G., Warner, D. D.
Palabras clave : Position sensitive silicon detectors
Nucleon transfer reactions
Radioactive beams
Inverse kinematics
Fecha de publicación : 11-Mar-2010
Editor: Elsevier
Citación : Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research - Section A 614 (3): 439-448 (2010)
Resumen: A compact, quasi-4 pi position sensitive silicon array. TIARA, designed to study direct reactions induced by radioactive beams in inverse kinematics is described here. The Transfer and Inelastic All-angle Reaction Array (TIARA) consists of 8 resistive charge division detectors forming an octagonal barrel around the target and a set of double-sided silicon-strip annular detectors positioned at each end of the barrel. The detector was coupled to the gamma-ray array EXOGAM and the spectrometer VAMOS at the GANIL Laboratory to demonstrate the potential of such an apparatus with radioactive beams. The N-14(d,p)N-15 reaction, well known in direct kinematics, has been carried out in inverse kinematics for that purpose. The observation of the N-15 ground state and excited states at 7.16 and 7.86 MeV is presented here as well as the comparison of the measured proton angular distributions with DWBA calculations. Transferred l-values are in very good agreement with both theoretical calculations and previous experimental results obtained in direct kinematics.
Versión del editor: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1016/j.nima.2010.01.009
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/24294
ISSN: 0168-9002
DOI: 10.1016/j.nima.2010.01.009
Citación : Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research - Section A 614 (3): 439-448 (2010)
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