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Production of superheavy elements at GANIL

Abstract : A long-term new experimental program has begun at GANIL, i.e. search for new super heavy nuclei and their structure. The first part consists in studying the structure of the 273110 isotope which involves the development of high intensity Se beam. In parallel, reactions involving Inverse Kinematics will be studied allowing to have a versatileness set-up. By adding germanium and electron detectors, spectroscopic studies could be made on trans-fermium elements. Preliminary results showed that the Wien Filter has a suppression of the incident beam with a 1010 factor, which is comparable with results elsewhere. We show recent results with the present set-up at GANIL in producing Fr isotopes in the Kr + Sb reaction. We present also the result of our Kr + Pb experiment, which tried to reproduce the Berkeley result of the element 118.
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C. Stodel, N. Alamanos, N. Amar, J.C. Angélique, R. Anne, et al.. Production of superheavy elements at GANIL. TOURS 2000- Tours Symposium on Nuclear Physics 4, Sep 2000, Tours, France. pp.344-353. ⟨in2p3-00009785⟩



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