Recent experiments in inverse kinematics with the magnetic spectrometer PRISMA

Abstract : In the last period, two classes of experiments have been carried out with the large acceptance magnetic spectrometer PRISMA. In particular, the one- and two-neutron transfer processes at energies ranging from the Coulomb barrier to deep below it and the population of exotic neutron rich nuclei in the A∼130 and A∼200 mass regions have been studied. Both kinds of experiments have been performed in inverse kinematics identifying in A, Z and velocity the light target-like recoils with PRISMA placed at very forward angles in order to have, at the same time, high efficiency and good energy and mass resolutions.
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E. Fioretto, L. Corradi, D. Montanari, S. Szilner, G. Pollarolo, et al.. Recent experiments in inverse kinematics with the magnetic spectrometer PRISMA. 12th International Conference on Nucleus - Nucleus Collisions, Jun 2015, Catania, Italy. pp.01004, ⟨10.1051/epjconf/201611701004⟩. ⟨in2p3-01316643⟩

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