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IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, NSS/MIC 2011, Valencia : Espagne (2011)
The FIRST experiment for nuclear fragmentation measurements at GSI
B. Golosio, Z. Abou-Haidar, C. Agodi, M.A.G. Alvarez, T. Aumann, G. Battistoni, A. Bocci, T.T. Bohlen, A. Boudard, A. Brunetti, M. Carpinelli, G.A.P. Cirrone, M.A. Cortes-Giraldo, G. Cuttone, M. De Napoli, M. Durante, C. Finck1, Y. Hannan, E. Iarocci, F. Iazzi, G. Ickert, R. Introzzi, D. Juliani1, J. Krimmer2, N. Kurz, M. Labalme3, I. Leifels, A. Le Fevre, S. Leray, F. Marchetto, G.L. Masala, V. Monaco, M.C. Morone, P. Oliva, A. Paoloni, V. Patera, L. Piersanti, R. Pleskac, J.M. Quesada, N. Randazzo, F. Romano, D. Rossi, M. Rousseau, R. Sacchi, P. Sala, A. Sarti, C. Scheidenberger, C. Schuy, A. Sciubba, C. Sfienti, H. Simon, V. Sipala, E. Spiriti, L. Stuttge1, S. Tropea
(2012)

Nuclear fragmentation processes are relevant in different fields of physics concerning both basic research and applications. FIRST (Fragmentation of Ions Relevant for Space and Therapy) is an experiment aimed at the measurement of double differential cross sections (DDCS), with respect to kinetic energy and scattering polar angle, of nuclear fragmentation processes relevant for hadron therapy and for space radiation protection applications, in the energy range between 100 and 1000 MeV/u. The experiment was mounted at the GSI laboratories of Darmstadt, in Germany. A first data taking was performed in August 2011, using 400 MeV/u 12C on carbon and gold targets. In this work we present a description of the experimental apparatus and some figures from the data acquisition and from the preliminary work on data analysis.
1 :  IPHC - Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien
2 :  IPNL - Institut de Physique Nucléaire de Lyon
3 :  LPCC - Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire de Caen
Physique/Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale
Basic research – Double differential cross sections – Energy ranges – Experimental apparatus – Germany – Gold target – Hadron therapy – Nuclear fragmentation – Polar angles – Protection application – Space radiations