CLARA is an array of 25 Clover (EUROBALL.type) Ge detectors, placed at the target position of the large acceptance magnetic spectrometer PRISMA. Due to the granularity of the CLARA Ge array (100 crystals), the photopeak efficiency (approximate to 3%) and the PRISMA large acceptance (approximate to 80 msr, and 20% Delta p/p), the setup is an excellent tool to investigate the structure of neutron-rich nuclei, populated in multinucleon transfer reactions and deep inelastic collisions with stable beams. Since March 2004 the setup is fully operational, and since then several experiments have been performed, with beams delivered by the LNL XTU-Tandem and the ALPI linac. In this contribution the preliminary outcome of the first experiments is shown.

The CLARA-PRISMA setup installed at LNL: first results / A. Gadea, N. Marginean, L. Corradi, S. M. Lenzi, C. A. Ur, E. Farnea, G. De Angelis, E. Fioretto, D. R. Napoli, A. M. Stefanini, S. Szilner, M. Axiotis, B. R. Behera, A. Latina, C. Rusu, W. Zhimin, D. Bazzacco, S. Beghini, S. Lunardi, G. Montagnoli, R. Menegazzo, F. Scarlassara, F. Della Vedova, M. Nespolo, A. Bracco, F. Camera, S. Leoni, B. Million, M. Pignanelli, G. Pollarolo, M. Ttotta, P. G. Bizzeti, A. M. Bizzeti-Sona, D. Curien, P. Medina, M. Chambit, R. Chapman, X. Liang, S. J. Freeman, A. Smith, B. J. Varley, V. Pucknell, R. Lemmon. - In: JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. G, NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS. - ISSN 0954-3899. - 31:10(2005 Oct), pp. S1443-S1448.

The CLARA-PRISMA setup installed at LNL: first results

A. Bracco;F. Camera;S. Leoni;M. Pignanelli;
2005

Abstract

CLARA is an array of 25 Clover (EUROBALL.type) Ge detectors, placed at the target position of the large acceptance magnetic spectrometer PRISMA. Due to the granularity of the CLARA Ge array (100 crystals), the photopeak efficiency (approximate to 3%) and the PRISMA large acceptance (approximate to 80 msr, and 20% Delta p/p), the setup is an excellent tool to investigate the structure of neutron-rich nuclei, populated in multinucleon transfer reactions and deep inelastic collisions with stable beams. Since March 2004 the setup is fully operational, and since then several experiments have been performed, with beams delivered by the LNL XTU-Tandem and the ALPI linac. In this contribution the preliminary outcome of the first experiments is shown.
NEUTRON-RICH NUCLEI; MULTINUCLEON TRANSFER; COLLISIONS; CLOVER
Settore FIS/04 - Fisica Nucleare e Subnucleare
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