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1 Nuclear Physics Applications Detection techniques Nuclear matter Halo nuclei EELS -energy filtered imaging Micro dosimetry Safety analyses Environmental radiation A biased view ions  e-e-

2 Nuclear Physics Radiation damage in the biological cell David Liljequist Safety analyses of a repository for nuclear waste Antonio Pereira, Bruno Mendes, Robert Broed Halo nuclei Katarina Wilhelmsen Rolander, Linda Gerén, Karin Lindh, Per-Erik Tegnér, ChrB

3 Nuclear Physics Properties of nuclear matter Kjell Fransson Linda Gerén Lennart Holmberg Kalle Lindberg Per-Erik Tegnér Katarina Wilhelmsen Rolander ChrB ions

4 Nuclear Physics Deeply Bound Pionic Atoms The width and the binding energy of the 1S state give information on the local (s-wave) part of the optical potential, which in turn gives information on pion properties in the nuclear medium.  Partial restoration of chiral symmetry? ions

5 Nuclear Physics HOW: d Xe  135 Xe  + 3 He d + n    + 3 He Cluster target of xenon atoms per cm 2 ions

6 Nuclear Physics  keV for 350MeV 3 He ZERO-degree spectrometer ions

7 Nuclear Physics ions  E v BB 15 mm Sampled pulses

8 Nuclear Physics Three arm spectrometer 66  36 mm 2 position sensitive Detector elements made in Jülich ions

9 Nuclear Physics e-e- Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy Stefan Csillag Susanne Nyquist Esteban Urones Per-Gustaf Åstrand

10 Nuclear Physics e-e- Single electron detection

11 Nuclear Physics e-e-

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17 Environmental gamma radiation Jan Blomquist Kjell Fransson David Liljequist Gilberto Batres Pia Nilsson Per-Erik Tegnér ChrB 

18 Nuclear Physics 0.5 g/cm g/cm g/cm 2  Environmental in situ gamma spectroscopy

19 Nuclear Physics CdTe detectors - + 2mm For holes: t d = 3.6µs  = 2.5µs   E  =662 keV Pulse-height spectrum Sampled preamp. pulses (full energy deposited).

20 Nuclear Physics  - + depth Energy spectrum after analysis Interaction depth vs. pulse height (after analysis) Projection on pulse-height axis.

21 Nuclear Physics 


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