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Relativistic Coulomb excitation of 54,56,58Cr

By A. Bürger, T. Saito, A. Al Khatib, A. Banu, T. Beck, F. Becker, P. Bednarczyk, G. Benzoni, A. Bracco and C. .. P. ... Wheldon Bringel


The first excited 2 states in 54,56,58 Cr have been populated by relativistic Coulomb excitation using the FRS RISING setup at GSI. The Cr ions were produced by fragmentation of a 86 Kr b eam on a primary Be target and separated by the FRS. The ion beams impinged on a thick secondary Au target at an energy of around 135A MeV. Gamma rays were observed by the Ge cluster detectors of the RISING setup and stored in coincidence with particle and position signals from a set of tracking detectors. The steps of the analysis and spectra showing the 2 gt; 0 transitions are presented

Topics: Large scale facilities for research with photons neutrons and ions
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:helmholtz.HZB:14806
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