From EXILL (EXogam at the ILL) to FIPPS (FIssion Product Prompt γ-ray Spectrometer)

Abstract : Within the EXILL campaign a large and efficient cluster of Ge-detectors was installed around a very well collimated neutron beam. This has allowed to carry out rather complete spectroscopic studies close to the line of stability using the (n,γ) reaction. Neutron rich isotopes were produced by neutron induced fission and prompt spectroscopy was carried out. The isotope selection in this setup was based on a partially known level scheme and the use of triple coincidences. The latter is limiting the statistical sensitivity in the case of weak production yields. Based on the experiences of these campaigns we are currently developing a new setup: FIPPS (FIssion Product Prompt Spectroscopy). This setup combines a collimated neutron beam, a highly efficient cluster of Ge detectors, a gas filled magnet and auxiliary detectors. The presence of the gas filled magnet will allow us to identify fission products directly and should give access to a new quality of studies if compared to the EXILL campaign. The EXILL campaign and the FIPPS project are presented.
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15th International Symposium on Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics (CGS15), Aug 2014, Dresden, Germany. EPJ Web of Conferences, 93, pp.01015, 〈10.1051/epjconf/20159301015〉
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A. Blanc, A. Chebboubi, G. De France, F. Drouet, H. Faust, et al.. From EXILL (EXogam at the ILL) to FIPPS (FIssion Product Prompt γ-ray Spectrometer). 15th International Symposium on Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics (CGS15), Aug 2014, Dresden, Germany. EPJ Web of Conferences, 93, pp.01015, 〈10.1051/epjconf/20159301015〉. 〈in2p3-01078129〉

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