HELIOS - Progress and possibilities
The helical orbit spectrometer, HELIOS, at Argonne National Laboratory has been developed to measure transfer reactions in inverse kinematics with good Q-value resolution. The technique is discussed alongside examples of measurements with medium-mass beams, the first exploration of reactions in the the forward hemisphere, and a future outlook.
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|Source:||Journal of Physics: Conference Series 381 (2012) 012060 - Rutherford Centennial Conference on Nuclear Physics, 8–12 August 2011, Manchester, UK|
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