Solenogam: A new detector array for γ-ray and conversion-electron spectroscopy of long-lived states in fusion-evaporation products
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Gerathy, Matthew; Lane, Gregory; Dracoulis, George; Nieminen, Paivi; Kibedi, Tibor; Reed, Matthew; Akber, Aqeel; Coombes, Ben; Dasgupta, Mahananda; Dowie, Jackson; Gray, Timothy; Hinde, David; Lee, Boon; Mitchell, AJ; Palazzo, Thomas; Stuchbery, Andrew; Whichello, Lachlan; Wright, Adelle
A new detector array, Solenogam, has been developed at the Australian National University Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility. Coupled initially to the SOLITAIRE 6.5 T, gas-filled, solenoidal separator, and later to an 8 T solenoid, the system enables the study of long-lived nuclear states through -ray and conversion-electron spectroscopy in a low-background environment. The detector system is described and results from the commissioning experiments are presented.
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