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First results of reactions induced by exotic beams in the region of 11 Be with CHIMERA array EURORIB'10 -Lamoura, Jura, France June 6 th -11 th 2010 L.

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1 First results of reactions induced by exotic beams in the region of 11 Be with CHIMERA array EURORIB'10 -Lamoura, Jura, France June 6 th -11 th 2010 L. Grassi – INFN, Sezione di Catania Università degli Studi di Catania

2 OUTLINE  Fragmentation beams at LNS  Chimera characteristics and detection techniques  Tagging system  First experiments with 13 C, 16 O, 18 O primary beams at 55 MeV/A  Kinematical coincidence technique and its capabilities  Preliminary and incoming results

3 Fragmentation beams at INFN-LNS in Catania Production Target

4 Si CsI(Tl) TOF-E ΔE-E PSD CsI TOF 40 Ar+Pety 20 MeV·A E (MeV) Rise Time (ns) Z=2 Z=6 Z= Sn+ 64 Ni 35 MeV·A θ=10° PSD Si CHIMERA Detection Techniques  E (MeV) TOF(channel) Z=10

5 Fragmentation Beams Tagging System

6 Tagging System test with  source By using coincidences between MCP and one pixel in the silicon detector, we obtain a time resolution better than 500 psec At the entrance of the CHIMERA scattering chamber, we mounted  source, MCP and DSSSS (16x16 strips, thickness 140  m). The base of flight is 70 cm

7 Fragmentation beams on CHIMERA: 11 Be - 12 B setting 13 C primary beam 9 Be target (1,5 mm thickness ) at 55 MeV/A 11 Be 10 kHz 11 Be 8 Li 6 He 12 Be 9 Li 10 Be 7 Li 4 He  E (MeV) TOF (ns) 9 Be 8 Li 4 He 12 B 10 Be 7 Li 11 B 13 B  E (MeV) TOF (ns) 12 B 80 kHz

8 18 O primary beam magnet setting on 11 Be strip 140  m thick 18 O primary beam magnet setting on 11 Be strip 140  m thick Fragmentation beams on CHIMERA: 18 O - 16 O primary beams 11 Be 3 kHz 16 C 13 B 10 Be 7 Li

9 11 Be 10 Be 8 Li 6 He charge mass Z=4 Fragmentation beams on CHIMERA: identification test  E(ch )  E(MeV) T (ns) Si- CsI(Tl)  E-E Tel ° DSSD MCP  E/TOF 13 C primary beam at 55 MeV/A E (ch)

10 11 Be 8 Li 6 He 12 Be 10 Be 7 Li 4 He  E (MeV) TOF (ns) 11 Be Tagged beam Target p p transfer reactions study induced on proton and deuteron targets CHIMERA 4  multidetector  kinematical coincidence kinematical coincidences technique 10 Be d

11 Tel 802 (  =58°) Silicon energy Method capability with the reaction 7 Li+p at 52 MeV Tel 802 (  =58°) Silicon energy d  /d  (arb.un.)  =180° kinematical coincidence technique Tel 117 (  =6.4°) Silicon energy Tel 117 (  =6.4°) silicon energy E 7Li (MeV) E p (MeV) 7 Li p

12 CHIMERA detects charge particles neutrons make some reactions inside CsI producing , p,  CHIMERA detects charge particles neutrons make some reactions inside CsI producing , p,  It is very interesting to see the reaction Tel 117 (  =6.4°) silicon energy Tel 624 (  =25.5°) CsI(Tl) energy  =180° p( 7 Li, 7 Be)n kinematical coincidence technique

13 E(channel)  (channel) E(channel) Kinematical coincidences – preliminary results elastic 12 B+d Coincidences between telescopes with  =180° Tel 38(3.1°) - 870(66°) Tel 38(3.1°) Target CD beam setting on 12 B E(channel)  (channel) Tel 38(3.1°)-875(66°)  =215° E(channel)  (channel)

14 16 C excite state 1.7 MeV E(channel) 16 C+d Ring 2I (3.1°) coin with ring 15(74°) ring 14 (66°) 10 Be+p Ring 2I (3.1°) coin with ring 15(74°) ring 14 (66°) 16 C+d Ring 2E(4.1°) coin with ring15 (74°) ring 14(66°) Kinematical coincidences – preliminary results E(channel)

15 Transfer reactions B. B. Back et al., PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 104, (2010) V. Lapoux et al, PHYSIC LETTERS B 658 (2008) J.S. Winfield et al. Nuclear Physics A 683 (2001) 48– MeV/A 6,2 MeV/A7,4 MeV/A Transfer reactions p( 11 Be, 10 Be)d at 48 MeV/A d( 10 Be, 11 Be)p at 58 MeV/A d( 12 B, 11 Be) 3 He at 47 MeV/A p( 13 B, 11 Be) 4 He at 52.4 MeV/A

16 Angular distribution Elastic scattering (~ 50 MeV/A)

17 CONCLUSION Trough kinematical coincidence we’re going to study transfer reactions with light exotic beams On June 2010 we’ll have also beam 9 Li on 5.5 MeV/A by LNS-EXCYT facilities Next improvement to detect particles at 0° New experiments by using fragmentation beams at LNS (primary beam 36 Ar to produce 32,33 Ar neutron poor beams) Exotic beams delivered by SPES at LNL.

18 F.AMORINI a, A.ANZALONE a, L.AUDITORE b, G.CARDELLA c, S.CAVALLARO a,d, M.B.CHATTERJEE e, E.DE FILIPPO c, E.GERACI c,d, L.GRASSI c,d, A.GRZESZCZUK i, P.GUAZZONI l, J.HAN a, E.LA GUIDARA c,f, G.LANZALONE a,f, I.LOMBARDO a,d, S.LO NIGRO c,d, D.LORIA b, C.MAIOLINO a, M. PAPA c,A.PAGANO b, S.PIRRONE c, G.POLITI c,d, F.PORTO a,d, F.RIZZO a,d, E.ROSATO m, P.RUSSOTTO a,d, A.TRIFIRÒ b, M.TRIMARCHI b, G.VERDE c, M.VIGILANTE m, L.ZETTA l (a) INFN - Lab. Nazionali del Sud, Catania, Italy; (b) INFN - Gruppo collegato di Messina and Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Messina, Italiy; (c) INFN - Sezione di Catania, Italy; (d) Dip. di Fisica e Astronomia, Università di Catania, Italy; (e) Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India; (f) CSFNSM, Catania, Italy;(g) Università Kore di Enna, Enna, Italy; (h) Institute de Physique Nucleaire d'Orsay, CNRS-IN2P3, Orsay Cedex, France; (i) Institute of Physics, University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland; (l) INFN - Sezione di Milano and Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Milano, Itally; (m) INFN - Sezione di Napoli and Dipartimento di Fisica Università Federico II, Napoli, Italy EXOCHIM collaboration


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