GALTRACE is an array of segmented silicon detectors specifically built to work as an ancillary of the GALILEO gamma-ray spectrometer at Legnaro National Laboratory of INFN. GALTRACE consists of four telescopic Delta E-Edetectors which allow discriminating light charged particles also via pulse-shape analysis techniques. The good angular and energy resolutions, together with particle discrimination capabilities, make GALTRACE suitable for experiments where coincidences with specific emitted particles allow for the selection of reaction channels with very low cross section. The first in-beam experiment is reported here, aiming at identifying a narrow resonance, near-proton-threshold state in B-11, currently under discussion.

GALTRACE: A highly segmented silicon detector array for charged particle spectroscopy and discrimination / S. Capra, S. Ziliani, A. Goasduff, S. Leoni, A. Pullia, G. Benzoni, S. Bottoni, F. Camera, F. Crespi, E. Gamba, L. Iskra, B. Million, M. Polettini, O. Wieland, B. Fornal, N. CIEPLICKA-ORYNCZAK, M. Ciemala, J. Duenas, A. Gadea, D. Mengoni, D. Brugnara, L. Cortes, A. Gottardo, E. Gregor, G. Pasqualato, F. Recchia, J. Dobon, J. Pellumaj, I. Zanon, G. Zhang, F. Galtarossa. - In: IL NUOVO CIMENTO C. - ISSN 2037-4909. - 45:5(2022), pp. 98.1-98.4. [10.1393/ncc/i2022-22098-3]

GALTRACE: A highly segmented silicon detector array for charged particle spectroscopy and discrimination

S. Capra
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S. Ziliani
Secondo
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S. Leoni;A. Pullia;S. Bottoni;F. Camera;F. Crespi;E. Gamba;M. Polettini;
2022

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GALTRACE is an array of segmented silicon detectors specifically built to work as an ancillary of the GALILEO gamma-ray spectrometer at Legnaro National Laboratory of INFN. GALTRACE consists of four telescopic Delta E-Edetectors which allow discriminating light charged particles also via pulse-shape analysis techniques. The good angular and energy resolutions, together with particle discrimination capabilities, make GALTRACE suitable for experiments where coincidences with specific emitted particles allow for the selection of reaction channels with very low cross section. The first in-beam experiment is reported here, aiming at identifying a narrow resonance, near-proton-threshold state in B-11, currently under discussion.
Radiation Detectors; Detector; Pulse Shaping
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