Recent results from HELIOS
Transfer and inelastic scattering reactions using light-ion beams and stable or long-lived targets have traditionally provided detailed information on the structure of nuclei near the line of beta stability. Such studies can now be extended to nuclei away from the line of β-stability as radioactive beams are becoming available at a number of facilities around the world, including the CARIBU facility at Argonne. These measurements must, however, be carried out in inverse kinematics, resulting in a loss of the effective experimental resolution when conventional detection schemes are employed. The HELIOS spectrometer is based on a new concept, that is especially well suited for such studies by reducing the resolution problem, providing simple particle identification, and giving high detection efficiency with moderate Si detector area. In this talk, the HELIOS concept and results from the first series of experiments will be presented.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
EPJ Web of Conferences
Back, B., Back, B., Baker, S., Clark, J., Deibel, C., Di Giovine, B., Freeman, S., Goodman, N., Hoffman, C., Kay, B., Lee, H., Lighthall, J., Lister, C., Marley, S., Mueller, P., Pardo, R., Rehm, K., Rogers, A., Rohrer, J., Schiffer, J., Shetty, D., Snyder, J., & Wuosmaa, A. (2011). Recent results from HELIOS. EPJ Web of Conferences, 17 https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20111714001