Fragmentation of very neutron-rich projectiles around 132Sn (S294)
Proposal, approved in September 2004 is available as a PDF file
Investigation of the nuclear mean field by precision measurements of the spectator response to the participant blast (S276)
Proposal, approved in January 2004 is available as PDF file.
Determination of the freeze-out temperature by the isospin thermometer (S266)
Proposal, approved in December 2001 is available as PDF file
Isotope production in 0.25, 0.5 and 1 A GeV 136Xe on proton reactions - Energy dependence of spallation reactions (S184)
Production cross sections from the fragmentation of a very neutron-rich projectile 132Sn (S256)
Proposal is available as a PDF file
Measurements of spallation residues in coincidence with neutrons and light charged particles at ALADIN-LAND at GSI (S248)
Isotope production in 0.6 and 1 A GeV 56Fe on proton and deuteron reactions relevant for accelerator driven systems (S230)
Exploring the production of neutron-rich isotopes by cold-fragmentation
Isotope production in 0.5 A GeV 208Pb on proton and deuteron reactions relevant for accelerator driven systems (S184)
Isotope production in 1 A GeV 238U on proton and deuteron reactions relevant for accelerator driven systems (S184)
Isotope production in 1 A GeV 208Pb on proton and deuteron reactions relevant for accelerator driven systems (S184)
Fission studies of short-lived neutron-deficient actinides by use of secondary beams with an advanced experimental set up (S104)
The secondary beam, prepared at the fragment separator of GSI, is guided to Cave B. The fission products are analysed in atomic number Z and mass number A by determining the energy loss in an ionisation chamber, by measuring the magnetic deflection in a magnetic dipole field and by deducing the velocity in a Cerenkov detector. In addition, the gamma radiation from the fission process is recorded by a cylindrical gamma detector which surrounds the target and the neutrons emitted by the fissioning system and by the excited fragments are measured by a neutron wall.
The new experiment, realised in a large collaboration with highly developed experimental equipment, aims towards a kinematically complete experiment which carries stringent information about the fission process.
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